[Haskell-beginners] Compiling Test.hs from reactive-fieldtrip
aditya.siram at gmail.com
Tue Jun 8 22:55:38 EDT 2010
To compile an executable, tack on -o <executable_name>, so for instance,
ghc --make HelloWorld.hs -o HelloWorld
creates an executable called `HelloWorld'.
On 6/8/10, Nathan Huesken <haskell at lonely-star.org> wrote:
> I am trying to compile the Test.hs form reactive-fieltrip.
> I did:
> ghc --make
> (22:09) [1 of 3] Compiling FRP.Reactive.FieldTrip.Adapter
> ( FRP/Reactive/FieldTrip/Adapter.hs, FRP/Reactive/FieldTrip/Adapter.o )
> [2 of 3] Compiling FRP.Reactive.FieldTrip ( FRP/Reactive/FieldTrip.hs,
> FRP/Reactive/FieldTrip.o ) [3 of 3] Compiling Test
> ( Test.hs, Test.o )
> Wonderfull, only it is not giving me an executable, only Test.o.
> It has a main function, so how can I compile it?
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