FNIStash r1.0 released!

It’s been a long time coming, but I have made the first release of FNIStash!  I consider this release experimental until all the bugs are worked out.  So far I have already received some good feedback and a couple of bug/compatibility reports.  Follow the links below for more.

FNIStash homepage, with video tutorial

Announcement of FNIStash on Runic Games Forum

Announcement of FNIStash on r/Torchlight subreddit

It was a long, educational experience writing this program.  I think I got a good feel for Haskell and hope my next project with the language focuses more on good habits and style instead of focusing almost solely on making a functional product.  I’d like to eventually write up a post-mortem of my experience of building a non-trivial application in Haskell as a 100% FP and Haskell newb, so look for that in the future if you’re interested.

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