Windows build broken
ashley at semantic.org
Wed Feb 22 20:59:56 UTC 2017
Please set your "time" submodule to the "ghc" branch. It should always
represent a stable release.
On Wed, 2017-02-22 at 14:13 +0000, Phyx wrote:
> The package has been fixed already but the submodule hasn't been
> updated. For a quick fix just cd into libraries/time and checkout
> I was hesitant to push the new submodule since we hadn't branched yet
> for 8.2
> On Wed, 22 Feb 2017, 14:09 Simon Peyton Jones via ghc-devs,
> @haskell.org> wrote:
> > Please please please could some one fix this? On windows.
> > It’s frustrating being unable to build.
> > Please
> > please
> > Simon
> > libraries\time\lib\Data\Time\Clock\Internal\SystemTime.hs:57:5:
> > error:
> > Not in scope: data constructor FILETIME
> > Perhaps you meant Win32.FILETIME (imported from
> > System.Win32.Time)
> > |
> > 57 | FILETIME ft <- Win32.getSystemTimeAsFileTime
> > | ^^^^^^^^
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