Hackage Deployment

This page documents deployments using the next major version dpl v2, which currently is in a beta release phase. Please see our blog post for details. The current default version is dpl v1. Check dpl v1 documentation here.

Be sure to read the v2 deployment overview.

Travis CI can automatically upload to Hackage after a successful build.

For a minimal configuration, add the following to your .travis.yml:

  provider: hackage
  username: <username>
  password: <encrypted password>
  edge: true # opt in to dpl v2

Status #

Support for deployments to Hackage is in alpha. Please see Maturity Levels for details.

Known options #

Use the following options to further configure the deployment.

username Hackage username — required, type: string
password Hackage password — required, secret, type: string
publish Whether or not to publish the package — type: boolean

Shared options #

cleanup Clean up build artifacts from the Git working directory before the deployment — type: boolean
run Commands to execute after the deployment finished successfully — type: string or array of strings

Environment variables #

All options can be given as environment variables if prefixed with HACKAGE_.

For example, password can be given as HACKAGE_PASSWORD=<password>.

Securing secrets #

Secret option values should be given as either encrypted strings in your build configuration (.travis.yml file) or environment variables in your repository settings.

Environment variables can be set on the settings page of your repository, or using travis env set:

travis env set HACKAGE_PASSWORD <password>

In order to encrypt option values when adding them to your .travis.yml file use travis encrypt:

travis encrypt <password>

Or use --add to directly add it to your .travis.yml file. Note that this command has to be run in your repository’s root directory:

travis encrypt --add deploy.password <password>

Deploying tags #

Most likely, you would only want to deploy when a new version of your package is cut.

To do this, you can include a tags condition like so:

  provider: hackage
  # ⋮
    tags: true

If you tag a commit locally, remember to run git push --tags to ensure that your tags are uploaded to GitHub.

Pull Requests #

Note that pull request builds skip the deployment step altogether.

See also #