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Merge pull request #56420 from p-alik/master

add missed internal links into
Lassulus 3 years ago
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@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ package `haskell-pandoc`, for example, installs both a library and an
application. You can install and use Haskell executables just like any other
program in Nixpkgs, but using Haskell libraries for development is a bit
trickier and we'll address that subject in great detail in section [How to
create a development environment].
create a development environment](#how-to-create-a-development-environment).
Attribute paths are deterministic inside of Nixpkgs, but the path necessary to
reach Nixpkgs varies from system to system. We dodged that problem by giving
@ -127,7 +127,7 @@ Also, the attributes `haskell.compiler.ghcXYC` and
A simple development environment consists of a Haskell compiler and one or both
of the tools `cabal-install` and `stack`. We saw in section
[How to install Haskell packages] how you can install those programs into your
[How to install Haskell packages](#how-to-install-haskell-packages) how you can install those programs into your
user profile:
nix-env -f "<nixpkgs>" -iA haskellPackages.ghc haskellPackages.cabal-install
@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ nix-shell -p haskell.compiler.ghc784
to bring GHC 7.8.4 into `$PATH`. Alternatively, you can use Stack instead of
`nix-shell` directly to select compiler versions and other build tools
per-project. It uses `nix-shell` under the hood when Nix support is turned on.
See [How to build a Haskell project using Stack].
See [How to build a Haskell project using Stack](#how-to-build-a-haskell-project-using-stack).
If you're using `cabal-install`, re-running `cabal configure` inside the spawned
shell switches your build to use that compiler instead. If you're working on