[Haskell-beginners] compiling first program --> warning
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Sun Mar 8 09:15:33 EDT 2009
When compiling my first haskell program (the program on p. 71-72 of RWH),
which I have in a file called hhask.hs, I got the following warning:
$ ghc --make hhask
[1 of 1] Compiling Main ( hhask.hs, hhask.o )
Linking hhask ...
/usr/bin/ld: warning -F:
directory name (/Users/me/Library/Frameworks) does not exist
The program works fine, but I'm wondering about that warning. Does
that mean I installed haskell in the wrong place? I installed haskell only
last week on osx 10.4.11, and here is what I did:
1) I downloaded GMP.framework and GNUreadline.framework, which my
mac automatically unzipped and placed on my desktop. I then dragged
the resulting two folders into Library/Frameworks as per the instructions
2) I downloaded ghc-6.8.2
3) I unzipped and untared into:
4) I cd'ed into the newly created ghc-6.8.2 folder. The full path to that
5) I read the INSTALL document in the ghc-6.8.2 folder.
6) I ran the command:
7) Then I rand the command:
$ sudo make install
8) At the end of the install output, I got a message that said:
Installation of ghc-6.8.2 was successful.
To use, add /usr/local/bin to your PATH.
Warning: this binary distribution does NOT contain documentation!
9) I appended /usr/local/bin onto the PATH in ~/.bash_profile.
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