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This is the first of a series of posts, with the overarching goal of building up a deterministic Haskell development environment using Nix, including a modern IDE experience and any tooling built-in.
NixOps, the official DevOps tool of NixOS, is nice but it has some flaws. krops is an alternative to NixOps trying to solve some of these flaws.
Check out how Graham created Nix tooling to automatically build Docker images with great cache characteristics by using Nix's reference graph to separate out important layers.
- Some distinguishing features:
- Great integration with Nix
- Host build agents wherever you want
- Free plan for open source!
An explanation of how to setup an environment for reading and writing Japanese on NixOS