problem using ghc-6.5.20051122-i386-unknown-linux.tar.bz2
simonmar at microsoft.com
Thu Nov 24 06:36:52 EST 2005
On 23 November 2005 18:00, Konovalov, Vadim wrote:
> I downloaded ghc-6.5.20051122-i386-unknown-linux.tar.bz2 and tried to
> use it (as bootstrap for building Haskell at first, but building Pugs
> fails the same way)
> It installed fine.
> My attempts to compile something with it result with a following
> ghc-6.5.20051122: could not execute: gcc-3.4.3
> <<ghc: 16599408 bytes, 3 GCs, 123124/123124 avg/max bytes residency (1
> samples), 15M in use, 0.00 IN
> IT (0.00 elapsed), 0.11 MUT (0.21 elapsed), 0.02 GC (0.03 elapsed)
> Indeed, the compiler I have has version gcc-3.3.4, and this
> mismatches with gcc-3.4.3, also
> How should I avoid this problem?
> Why having that precise requirement of GCC version?
Sorry, that bundle is the output from our nightly build process, and we
sometimes test specific gcc versions to ensure compatibility. You can
use '-pgmc gcc-3.3.4', or build the sources yourself using ghc 6.4.1.
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