[Haskell-beginners] Haskell, Ray Tracing, Parallel Computation
tom.davie at gmail.com
Fri Jan 15 10:17:38 EST 2010
You should be able to get it just by running cabal update & cabal install
With 6.12 it may be that you don't have the cabal-install package installed
already, so cabal install won't work.
If that's the case, you'll need to download cabal-install and it's deps and
install it using runhaskell Setup.hs configure, runhaskell Setup.hs build ad
runhaskell Setup.hs install.
That, or wait until 6.12 is considered stable enough to become part of the
For reference – I can quite believe that Haskell came out incredibly fast
here – it's trivially easy to parallelise haskell programs, and GHC deals
with parallelisation well (except for garbage collection unfortunately).
On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 4:25 PM, Jon Harrop <jon at ffconsultancy.com> wrote:
> Someone has tried to parallelize Lennart's Haskell from my ray tracer
> comparison and they are claiming awesome performance results for Haskell,
> even beating HLVM:
> Frankly, I don't believe their claims for a second. So I'd like to test
> code for myself. However, apparently their code needs some third-party
> library that can be installed with:
> cabal install AC-Vector
> but, on my machine, that only seems to make the library accessible to GHC
> and not to GHC 6.12 (which is needed to compile this benchmark).
> What is the easiest way for me to get this library working under GHC 6.12?
> Dr Jon Harrop, Flying Frog Consultancy Ltd.
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