I still can’t even build Snowdrift on my NixOS 20.03 laptop, so updating the build process is my next project. Plus, we haven’t updated our Haskell dependencies since 2017, so I’m gonna update that as well.
Cabal and Nix are the tools I use on a daily basis these days, so I would like to switch Snowdrift to those tools. I should probably explain my rationale for doing that, but first — does anybody really care?
./build.sh devel will continue to work as before (that’s the whole selling point for having build.sh in the first place! ), and I don’t think there’s too many people running stack directly these days. But let me know if I’m wrong.