[Haskell-beginners] Cabal modules and directories
daniel.is.fischer at web.de
Wed Mar 3 14:19:24 EST 2010
Am Mittwoch 03 März 2010 19:57:13 schrieb Rehno Lindeque:
> I'm sorry because this is a very elementary question but despite my
> attempts I can't seem to get cabal working for my project structure.
> I have two main source directories:
> Inside src\haskell I have main.hs with the module Main.
> Inside src\semanticdb I have semanticdb.hs with module OSIX.SemanticDB
must be in the file 'SemanticDB.hs' (or .lhs), in the subdirectory OSIX of
the source directory listed in the .cabal file, here src/semanticdb, so
> My cabal file contains the following 3 lines:
> main-is: main.hs
> hs-source-dirs: src/haskell src/semanticdb
> other-modules: OSIX.SemanticDB
That is in an executable-stanza,
> Then when I build with 'cabal build'
Did you `cabal configure` before?
> I get the following error:
> cabal: can't find source for OSIX.SemanticDB in src/haskell,
> src/semanticdb, dist/build/autogen
> cabal --version gives:
> cabal-install version 0.6.4
> using version 220.127.116.11 of the Cabal library
> I'd prefer to keep my directory structure as is if possible, but it
> doesn't seem to be working for me... Is there anything I can do or
> should I just restructure the directories?
> (NOTE: I'm using leksah as my IDE, so the cabal file is mostly generated
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