If you'd like a physical copy of the text you can either print it out for yourself (see Printable PDF) or purchase one from a publisher. The price is at-cost since the text is open source and free.
The current published version is:
Date: February 16, 2020 Git: d429c2e21b9636cffa27a8d4f063644b8bcecf1a
If you want to submit a fix for a typo or fix edit the following Markdown file which generates all other targets.
Then submit a Pull Request on Github describing your change.
Source code is directly included from the
src directory into the resulting
document by the preprocessor. To include a new sample edit the example source
code directly. When adding a new Haskell file, add it to the
ci script inside
of the folder so it is run in the continuous integration script.
Chapter Code Examples:
If you'd like to build the documents locally you'll need to compile the preprocessor run either use Nix, Stack or Cabal to compile the preprocessor executable in the cabal file.
$ stack install $ stack exec make
$ cabal install $ cabal exec make
$ make run-shell $ ghc --make includes.hs $ make
After this is built you can build anyone of the available target outputs.
You will need the whole XeTeX suite to compile.
$ apt-get install texlive texlive-xetex texlive-extra texlive-extra-utils $ make pdf $ make print
$ make html
$ make docx
$ make epub
The book and example code is kept stable under continuous integration. The
src/ci will run through all example code and compile it against the
example.cabal file of the given chapter. All bounds for dependencies are
specified in the cabal file and ensure that the given code examples are up to
The CI is run in Github under TravisCI on every pull request.
To run the integration suite manually run:
$ cd src && ./ci
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