ghc-cvs-snapshot with wxHaskell
mai99dgf at studserv.uni-leipzig.de
Thu Feb 17 12:19:42 EST 2005
On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 16:36:48 -0000, Simon Marlow <simonmar at microsoft.com> wrote:
> On 17 February 2005 14:54, Daan Leijen wrote:
>>> A more general question: We doesn't -ohi dir/filename.hi is not
>>> reflected in the dependencies.
>>> I tried:
>>>> ghc -M -odir out -ohi out/A.hi A.hs
>>> but nothing changed.
> This is because ghc -M works like --make, in that it traverses the
> module dependency graph. When multiple modules are being considered,
> the -ohi flag doesn't make much sense (which module does it apply to?).
> The right way is to use -hidir/-hisuf, which are honoured by -M and
Okay that sounds reasonable. I was looking for an -odir equivalent for hi files anyway. (It was not that hard :-)). The problem with hierarchical libs remains.
> module Foo.Bar where
> import Foo.Bla
> module Foo.Bla
> ghc -M -odir out/Foo/ -hidir out/Foo/ src/Foo/Bar.hs -isrc
# DO NOT DELETE: Beginning of Haskell dependencies
out/Foo//Foo/Bla.o : src/Foo/Bla.hs
out/Foo//Foo/Bar.o : src/Foo/Bar.hs
out/Foo//Foo/Bar.o : out/Foo//Foo/Bla.hi
# DO NOT DELETE: End of Haskell dependencies
@Daan: why don't you use --make anyway? It would make obsolete so many problems IMO.
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