Transito Abierto: convenience library when using Takusen and Oracle. not available
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To install use:
cabal install ta
In case you want to play a bit with the examples, take note of this:
The examples use a database table that can be created using the
RCSdef.lhs contains definitions used by Ex01.lhs and Ex02.lhs.
You can make executables:
ghc --make Ex01
ghc --make Ex02
You download a document with examples at:
Or you can use lhs2TeX on Database/TA/Examples/Examples.lhs.
If you want to work in the library, you may want a structured way to
browse the source files via Haddock:
runghc setup haddock --hyperlink-source
runghc setup copy