Hell Again

May day, or no may day... managed to get a project started today, that was supposed to have ended yesterday. Time for a break to work on personal projects.

1. Public holiday
2. Too much dumbarsery at the day job
3. Time to get nerdy

... haven't touched this since the first two months of development about a year ago...

Back from the dead. A friendly reminder that while Cabal-dev is a decent package management system, sometimes removing ~/.ghc needs to happen before everything else is smooth sailing. This makes it about as stable an environment as Windows 95. Just kidding. Good exercise. And good night.

Update, later in the week:

Procrastination: doing software development on hobby projects before accounting for work.

Between debating the local government's subsidy on stupidity, refamiliarising myself with Cygwin, checking out interactive-rebasing in Git, and updating a POC of a web-framework in Haskell to be Windows-compatible, it's been an interesting afternoon.

I want to rant about a compiler tool-chain but there aren't enough people here who'd be able to recognise the tool-chain, so I'm just going to rant about the shortage of people who work on this tool-chain.

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