This is a particularly exciting release because it's the first to have been ported over to use Qt 5. Previously, HsQML was developed against an older version of the Qt Quick technology which shipped as part of Qt 4.7 and 4.8. Support for Qt 5 has been a constant theme in the e-mails I get concerning HsQML for some time and so I'm pleased to finally deliver on that point.
The API has been redesigned slightly so that object classes and signal keys can be defined directly inside Haskell functions in addition to the older type-class based method. It's unclear yet if this style is wholly superior but, for smaller programs at least, it permits greater clarity and much less verbosity.
Finally, although still far from comprehensive, I've spent some time trying to improve the documentation on my web-site. It now provides some more substantial examples and goes into greater depth. The complete buildable source code for these examples is contained in the hsqml-demo-samples package. Also, the original Nine Men's Morris demo application is still available, but the package has been renamed to hsqml-demo-morris.
release-0.3.0.0 - 2014.05.04 * Ported to Qt 5 and Qt Quick 2 * Added type-free mechanism for defining classes. * Added type-free mechanism for defining signal keys. * Added property signals. * Added marshallers for Bool, Maybe, and lists. * Added less polymorphic aliases for def functions. * Replaced Tagged with Proxy in public API. * Removed marshallers for URI and String. * New design for marshalling type-classes (again). * Generalised facility for user-defined Marshal instances. * Relaxed Cabal dependency constraint on 'QuickCheck'. * Fixed GHCi on Windows with pre-7.8 GHC.