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iwlib is a thin wrapper over the iw C library, providing access to wireless card information in supported systems.
To submit bug reports you can use the [bug tracker over at Codeberg].
iwlib is available from Hackage, and you can install it using
cabal install iwlib
If you don't have
cabal-install installed, you can get iwlib's
source code in a variety of ways:
From Hackage. Just download the latest release from xmobar's hackage page.
From the bleeding edge repo. If you prefer to live dangerously, just get the latest and greatest (and buggiest, I guess) using git:
git clone git://codeberg.org/jao/iwlib
If you have cabal installed, you can now use it from within its source tree:
Otherwise, run the configure script:
runhaskell Setup.lhs configure
Now you can build the source:
runhaskell Setup.lhs build runhaskell Setup.lhs install # possibly to be run as root
No other Haskell library is required, but you will need the iwlib C
library and headers in your system (e.g., install
Debian-based systems or
wireless_tools on Arch Linux).
This library is written and maintaned by Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz.
Many thanks to Leif Warner for suggesting the creation of this library and providing the initial hackage scaffolding.
This software is released under a BSD-style license. See the license file for more details.
Copyright © 2018 Jose Antonio Ortega Ruiz