module 'free-4.6.1:Main' is defined in multiple files
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Mon Mar 24 21:47:46 UTC 2014
On 24 March 2014 22:33, Mateusz Kowalczyk <fuuzetsu at fuuzetsu.co.uk> wrote:
> On 24/03/14 21:26, Mikhail Glushenkov wrote:
>> On 24 March 2014 18:54, Mateusz Kowalczyk <fuuzetsu at fuuzetsu.co.uk> wrote:
>>> PS: How does one go about downgrading Cabal and cabal-install? If we
>>> wanted to check whether cabal is the problem, how?
>> You can force the Cabal lib version to use (in case you have multiple
>> versions installed) with 'install --cabal-lib-version'. To downgrade
>> cabal-install itself to some older version you need to compile and
>> install that version.
> About cabal-install, I'm mostly concerned about not breaking my whole
> existing system by installing an old version. Are there any steps I can
> take to retain sane setup? I don't have an OSX machine and I can't
> exactly ask people volunteering to break their Haskell environments.
Use a sandbox to compile the cabal-install executable:
$ cd cabal/cabal-install
$ cabal sandbox init
$ cabal sandbox add-source ../Cabal
$ cabal install --dependencies-only && cabal build
And then copy it to somewhere in PATH:
$ cp dist/build/cabal/cabal ~/bin/cabal-1.18
> Are there any catches to having multiple Cabal libs installed or will
> the latest one always be used if not specified?
Yes, the latest one is always used.
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