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Re: [opensuse] Help locating text file in remote repository
On 6/9/19 2:08 PM, Ken Schneider - openSUSE wrote:

It is available in factory according to an 'osc se'

ken@tosh:~> osc se ghc-bootstrap
No matches found for 'ghc-bootstrap' in projects
####################################################################
matches for 'ghc-bootstrap' in packages:

# Project                                        # Package
...

openSUSE:Factory                                 ghc-bootstrap
...

ken@tosh:~>

Not sure it will help.


Hi Ken: I'm very new to Haskell/ghc, so I won't presume to know what
that means. However, the package description reads:

"ghc-bootstrap

Binary distributions of The Glorious Glasgow Haskell Compiler

This package contains a binary distribution of "The Glorious Glasgow
Haskell Compilation System". See README.openSUSE on how the tarballs
were produced. ***Do not install this package!*** Install 'ghc' instead.

Version 8.4.3 Size 123 MB openSUSE Tumbleweed" [Emphasis added.]

so it seems like some packaging changes may be underway? At this point,
I'm just happy that the file was confirmed to not be available right now
and I can stop this obsessive searching for it!

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