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Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of Ticket #57

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06/04/09 01:01:09 (6 years ago)
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  • Ticket #57 – description

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    1212 * Is there a champion for it? 
    1313 
    14  * Do similar systems include such a library (e.g. Python)?  *NO* 
     14 * Do similar systems include such a library (e.g. Python)?  ''NO'' 
    1515  
    16  * Is it portable? *Yes* (but caveat: it is hard to build the C component) 
     16 * Is it portable? ''Yes'' (but caveat: it is hard to build the C component), to systems that support OpenGL. 
    1717 
    18  * Does it add additional C libraries? *Yes* 
     18 * Does it add additional C libraries? ''Yes'' (majority of build complaints are about OpenGL). 
    1919 
    20  * Does it follow the package versioning system? *Yes* 
     20 * Does it follow the package versioning system? ''Yes'' 
    2121 
    2222 * Is the code of good quality? 
    2323 
    24  * Does it have history? *Yes* Part of original ghc libs, >10 years old 
     24 * Does it have history? ''Yes'' Part of original ghc libs, >10 years old 
    2525 
    26  * Is it on hackage? *Yes* 
     26 * Is it on hackage? ''Yes'' 
    2727 
    28  * Does it provide haddocks? *Yes* 
     28 * Does it provide haddocks? ''Yes'' 
    2929 
    3030 * Does it have a test suite?  
    3131 
    32  * Does it have a maintainer? *Yes* 
     32 * Does it have a maintainer? ''Yes'' 
    3333 
    34  * Does it require new Haskell dependencies? (invariant: the platform must be closed wrt. deps) *No* 
     34 * Does it require new Haskell dependencies? (invariant: the platform must be closed wrt. deps) ''No'' 
    3535 
    36  * Does it have a simple/configure-based Cabal build? *Yes* 
     36 * Does it have a simple/configure-based Cabal build? ''Yes'' 
    3737 
    38  * Does it conflict/compete with existing functionality? *No* 
     38 * Does it conflict/compete with existing functionality? ''No'' 
    3939 
    40  * Does it reuse existing types? *Yes* 
     40 * Does it reuse existing types? ''Yes'' 
    4141 
    42  * Does it follow the hierarchical naming conventions? *Yes* 
     42 * Does it follow the hierarchical naming conventions? ''Yes'' 
    4343 
    4444 * Is it -Wall clean? 
     
    5252 * Have declared correctness or performance statements? 
    5353 
    54  * Is it BSD licensed? *Yes* 
     54 * Is it BSD licensed? ''Yes'' 
    5555 
    5656 * Will the maintainer continue to maintain it, as demand grows ? 
    5757 
    5858 * Is it popular on hackage? 
    59      Yes. It is currently ranked 37 / 1318, or in the top 3% of Hackage. 
     59     Yes. It is currently ranked '''37 / 1318''', or in the top 3% of Hackage.