[Haskell-beginners] Building with shared libraries on OS X
zaydana at gmail.com
Tue Feb 19 03:17:24 CET 2013
I've been trying to install Haskell in such a way that I can compile things with the -dynamic option on an OS X machine.
It seems that with the standard Haskell Platform, the shared versions of libraries are not included, so enabling the "shared" option in ~/.cabal/config doesn't work.
I've tried installing haskell-platform from scratch with homebrew (with and without --devel), and this hasn't worked either
Finally, I've tried re-installing Haskell Platform with the provided .dmg from scratch, but I get errors like:
- Perhaps you haven't installed the "dyn" libraries for package `text-0.11.2.3'?
Could not find module `Codec.Compression.Zlib'
Perhaps you haven't installed the "dyn" libraries for package `zlib-0.5.4.0'?
Is there any way to add the shared libraries to everything included in haskell platform for OS X?
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