[Haskell-beginners] Installing packages
gtener at gmail.com
Sun Feb 8 18:27:19 EST 2009
On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 00:21, Tymur Porkuian <shooshpanchick at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Are you running "cabal install" from within Cygwin prompt?
> No, I'm not running "cabal install", I'm running "runhaskell Setup
> configure" (as written in
> "cabal" is not even on the PATH, actually. Now I launched this command
> from cygwin, this is what I got:
> $ runhaskell.exe Setup configure
> Unable to find wxWidgets configuration (wx-config).
> checking system:
> Unable to find the 'wx-config' program: wx-config
> Maybe you forgot to run 'make install' on wxWidgets?
> Otherwise, add the install directory of wx-config to your path.
> Or maybe you are trying to compile with Microsoft Visual C++?
> If so, you can specify that on the command line:
> For example: ./configure --with-msc
> What is wx-config and where can I get it?
You need wxWidgets sources: get them at
After that you need to install them appropriately, so that wx-config
will be in PATH.
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