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188 commits this week Apr 10, 2021 - Apr 17, 2021
Merge #3061
3061: Add Haskell-Language-Server as a build input to the shell environment. r=Jasagredo a=Jasagredo

Adds the Haskell-Language-Server currently at version 1.1.0 (not yet released
in Hackage) through a niv dependency.

For a final user, adding this is fine because it is cached by Hydra so it will 
just download the whole shell.

Incidentally:
- Using the same set of nixpkgs as for the rest of the build when providing
  it to Niv for non-builtin fetchers.
- Replaced the sources.nix file with a newer generated version (probably this
  should actually be updated each time we update the niv version).
- Also rephrase how stylish-haskell was being built as we can just point
  to the repository at a specific branch with niv.
- Adding .envrc to .gitignore as not everybody uses lorri.

Co-authored-by: Pawel Szulc <[email protected]>

Co-authored-by: Javier Sagredo <[email protected]>
Add Haskell-Language-Server as a build input to the shell environment.
Adds the Haskell-Language-Server currently at version 1.1.0 (not yet released
in Hackage) through a niv dependency.

For a final user, adding this is fine because it is cached by Hydra so it will
just download the whole shell.

Incidentally:

    Using the same set of nixpkgs as for the rest of the build when providing
    it to Niv for non-builtin fetchers.
    Replaced the sources.nix file with a newer generated version (probably this
    should actually be updated each time we update the niv version).
    Also rephrase how stylish-haskell was being built as we can just point
    to the repository at a specific branch with niv.
    Adding .envrc to .gitignore as not everybody uses lorri.

Co-authored-by: Pawel Szulc [email protected]
Add Haskell-Language-Server as a build input to the shell environment.
Adds the Haskell-Language-Server currently at version 1.1.0 (not yet released
in Hackage) through a niv dependency.

For a final user, adding this is fine because it is cached by Hydra so it will
just download the whole shell.

Incidentally:

    Using the same set of nixpkgs as for the rest of the build when providing
    it to Niv for non-builtin fetchers.
    Replaced the sources.nix file with a newer generated version (probably this
    should actually be updated each time we update the niv version).
    Also rephrase how stylish-haskell was being built as we can just point
    to the repository at a specific branch with niv.
    Adding .envrc to .gitignore as not everybody uses lorri.

Co-authored-by: Pawel Szulc [email protected]
Add nixpkgs back to the niv sources
As suggested, using the nixpkgs from haskell.nix helps to get more cache hits
when we are directly building locally derivations. In order to have Hydra build
the shell for us, we need to provide a nixpkgs entry in sources.json as it isn't
available on Hydra by default.

This will mean that particularly starting a shell locally will complain as we
won't use the nixpkgs from haskell.nix but it is fine because the pinned version
of nixpkgs is the same one that is pinned by haskell.nix, so we can still get
those cache hits.

And Hydra will build the shell for us, so for a final user this is much more
easy as it will copy everything from Hydra without building the shell locally.