I would like to introduce the second release of Iris — a Haskell CLI framework that supports CLI Guidelines.
There were lots of changes since the initial release last year, so now would be a perfect time to try Iris!
The most significant improvements are:
- A complete tutorial about writing CLI apps in Haskell with Iris
- Lots of Haddock improvements
- Automatic detection of terminal colouring support
See CHANGELOG for more details.
I created Iris with the initial goal to provide mentorship to beginners in Haskell, FP, and Open-Source. And, as you can notice, most of the improvements were made by outside contributors. If you would like to contribute something to Iris, check out beginner-friendly issues!
It takes a lot of effort and patience to help others, but in the end, I hope my guidance was helpful to them
P.S. To add a few more positive news, today is also my 29th birthday Your best gift to me would be to support my Haskell Open-Source work via GitHub Sponsorship. Or you can just star Iris on GitHub, and this would encourage me to continue doing more Haskell OSS!