File ghc-lens.changes of Package ghc-lens

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Mon May 17 12:25:17 UTC 2021 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 5.0.1 revision 1.
  Upstream has revised the Cabal build instructions on Hackage.

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Wed Feb 24 18:57:20 UTC 2021 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 5.0.1.
  5.0.1 [2021.02.24]
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  * Fix a bug in which `makeLenses` could produce ill kinded optics for
    poly-kinded datatypes in certain situations.

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Fri Feb 19 23:03:14 UTC 2021 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 5.
  5 [2021.02.17]
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  * Support building with GHC 9.0.
  * Remove the `Swapped` type class in favor of `Swap` from the `assoc` package.
  * Remove the `Strict` type class in favor of `Strict` from the `strict` package.

    The `swapped`, `strict` and `lazy` isomorphisms are now defined using "new" type classes.

    Users which define own instances of old type classes are advised to
    define instances of the new ones.

    ```haskell
    import qualified Data.Bifunctor.Swap as Swap
    import qualified Control.Lens        as Lens

    instance Swap.Swap MyType where
      swap = ...

    #if !MIN_VERSION_lens(4,20,0)
    instance Lens.Swapped MyType where
      swapped = iso Swap.swap Swap.swap
    #endif
    ```
  * The `FunctorWithIndex`, `FoldableWithIndex` and `TraversableWithIndex` type classes
    have been migrated to a new package,
    [`indexed-traversable`](https://hackage.haskell.org/package/indexed-traversable).

    The `imapped`, `ifolded` and `itraversed` methods are now top-level functions.
    If you are not defining these methods in your instances,
    you don't need to change your definitions.

    Beware: the `optics-core` package (versions <0.4) defines similar classes,
    and will also migrate to use `indexed-traversable` classes. Therefore, you
    might get duplicate instance errors if your package defines both.

    If you define your own `FunctorWithIndex` etc. instances,
    we recommend that you depend directly on the `indexed-traversable` package.
    If you want to continue support `lens-4` users, you may write

    ```haskell
    -- from indexed-traversable
    import Data.Functor.WithIndex

    -- from lens
    import qualified Control.Lens as L

    -- your (indexed) container
    data MySeq a = ...

    -- indexed-traversable instance
    instance FunctorWithIndex     Int MySeq where imap = ...
    instance FoldableWithIndex    Int MySeq where ifoldMap = ...
    instance TraversableWithIndex Int MySeq where itraverse = ...

    -- lens <5 instance, note the !
    #if !MIN_VERSION_lens(5,0,0)
    instance L.FunctorWithIndex     Int MySeq where imap = imap
    instance L.FoldableWithIndex    Int MySeq where ifoldMap = ifoldMap
    instance L.TraversableWithIndex Int MySeq where itraverse = itraverse
    #endif
    ```

    In other words, always provide `indexed-traversable` instances.
    If your package depends on `lens` and allows `lens-4`,
    you should additionally provide instances for `lens-4` type classes
    that can reuse the `indexed-traversable` instances.

  * Make the functions in `Control.Lens.TH` work more robustly with poly-kinded
    data types. This can cause a breaking change under certain situations:
    * TH-generated optics for poly-kinded data types are now much more likely to
      mention kind variables in their definitions, which will require enabling
      the `PolyKinds` extension at use sites in order to typecheck.
    * Because TH-generated optics now quantify more kind variables than they did
      previously, this can affect the order of visible type applications.
  * Generalize the types of `generic` and `generic1` to allow type-changing
    updates. If you wish to use the old, more restricted types of these
    functions, use `simple . generic` or `simple . generic1` instead.
  * Add `Control.Lens.Profunctor` with conversion functions to and from
    profunctor optic representation.
  * Add `Control.Lens.Review.reviewing`, which is like `review` but with a more
    polymorphic type.
  * Mark `Control.Lens.Equality` as Trustworthy.
  * The build-type has been changed from `Custom` to `Simple`.
    To achieve this, the `doctests` test suite has been removed in favor of using [`cabal-docspec`](https://github.com/phadej/cabal-extras/tree/master/cabal-docspec) to run the doctests.
  * Use `alterF` in `At (HashMap k)` instance implementation.
  * Use `alterF` in `At` and `Contains` instances for `Set`, `IntSet`, and
    `HashSet`.
  * Avoid re-inserting keys already present in `ix` for `Set`, `IntSet`,
    and `HashSet`. For `Set` and `HashSet`, this changes the semantics
    slightly; if the user-supplied key is `==` to one already present in
    the set, then the latter will not be replaced in the result.
  * Consume `()` values lazily in `Control.Lens.At`.

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Mon Feb  8 19:13:43 UTC 2021 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 4.19.2 revision 5.
  Upstream has revised the Cabal build instructions on Hackage.

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Sun Jan 31 13:49:07 UTC 2021 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 4.19.2 revision 4.
  Upstream has revised the Cabal build instructions on Hackage.

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Wed Jan 20 08:35:33 UTC 2021 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 4.19.2 revision 3.
  Upstream has revised the Cabal build instructions on Hackage.

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Thu Dec 17 12:20:00 UTC 2020 - Ondřej Súkup <mimi.vx@gmail.com>
 
- disable %{ix86} build
 
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Tue Oct  6 08:56:30 UTC 2020 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 4.19.2 revision 2.
  Upstream has revised the Cabal build instructions on Hackage.

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Mon Aug 31 09:34:39 UTC 2020 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 4.19.2 revision 1.
  Upstream has revised the Cabal build instructions on Hackage.

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Tue Aug 18 10:45:18 UTC 2020 - Peter Simons <psimons@suse.com>

- Replace %setup -q with the more modern %autosetup macro.

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Tue Jun 16 11:14:19 UTC 2020 - Peter Simons <psimons@suse.com>

- Re-generate file with latest version of spec-cleaner.

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Wed May  6 06:54:11 UTC 2020 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 4.19.2.
  4.19.2 [2020.04.15]
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  * Remove the test suite's dependency on `test-framework-th`.

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Thu Feb 27 14:17:53 UTC 2020 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 4.19.1.
  4.19.1 [2020.02.13]
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  * Fix a bug introduced in 4.19 where using `_TupE` to `preview` a value would
    always fail.

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Fri Feb  7 08:04:19 UTC 2020 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 4.19.
  4.19 [2020.02.03]
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  * Support building with GHC 8.10.
  * The types of `_TupE` and `_UnboxedTupE` are now `Prism' Exp [Maybe Exp]`
    when built against `template-haskell-2.16` or later to reflect the new
    types of `TupE` and `UnboxedTupE`.
  * Add `_ForallVisT` and `_BytesPrimL` prisms when building against
    `template-haskell-2.16` or later.
  * Make `<>~` and `<>=` and their `<op` and `<<op` state variants require only
    `Semigroup`, not `Monoid`.
  * Add `{Functor,Foldable,Traversable}WithIndex` instances for
    `Control.Applicative.Const` and `Data.Functor.Constant.Constant`.

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Fri Nov  8 16:14:07 UTC 2019 - Peter Simons <psimons@suse.com>

- Drop obsolete group attributes.

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Sat Sep 14 02:03:25 UTC 2019 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 4.18.1.
  4.18.1 [2019.09.13]
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  * Remove the use of `cpp-options: -traditional`. This should be unnecessary
    on all versions of GHC that `lens` supports, as modern GHCs already use
    `-traditional` internally during preprocessing. More critically, the use
    of `cpp-options: -traditional` breaks profiling builds on GHC 8.8
    (see https://gitlab.haskell.org/ghc/ghc/issues/17185).

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Sat Sep  7 02:01:29 UTC 2019 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 4.18.
  Upstream has edited the change log file since the last release in
  a non-trivial way, i.e. they did more than just add a new entry
  at the top. You can review the file at:
  http://hackage.haskell.org/package/lens-4.18/src/CHANGELOG.markdown

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Thu Aug  8 10:13:34 UTC 2019 - Peter Simons <psimons@suse.com>

- Update Cabal file to allow building with call-stack 0.2.x.

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Tue Jun 11 14:29:12 UTC 2019 - Peter Simons <psimons@suse.com>

- Update Cabal file for more accurate build dependencies.

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Tue Apr 30 09:23:06 UTC 2019 - psimons@suse.com

- Update lens to version 4.17.1.
  4.17.1 [2019.04.26]
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  * Support `th-abstraction-0.3.0.0` or later.
  * Only incur `semigroups` and `void` dependencies on old GHCs.
  * Add `holes1Of`.
  * Add `locally` (https://github.com/ekmett/lens/pull/829).
  * Add `ilocally` (https://github.com/ekmett/lens/pull/836).
  * Add a third `Prism` law.
  * Add `gplate1`.
  * Add `Wrapped`/`Rewrapped` instances for `Data.Monoid.Ap`.

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Thu Aug  2 16:29:51 UTC 2018 - psimons@suse.com

- Add lens at version 4.17.
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