frederik at a5.repetae.net
Thu Sep 1 11:14:51 EDT 2005
Is there a way to use Hat with GHC, without 'hmake'? The Hat Tutorial
shows 'hmake' being used, but 'hmake' doesn't work for me. The problem
is that 'hmake' seems to be looking for 'ghc' based on something other
$ ghc --make pointtracker.hs
Chasing modules from: pointtracker.hs
Compiling Util ( ./Util.hs, ./Util.o )
Compiling XSimpleIO ( ./XSimpleIO.hs, ./XSimpleIO.o )
Compiling Main ( pointtracker.hs, pointtracker.o )
$ which ghc
$ hmake -hat pointtracker.hs
Fail: Can't find module Graphics.X11.Xlib in user directories
Or in installed libraries/packages at
Asked for by: pointtracker.hs
Fix using the -I, -P, or -package flags.
Stop - hmake dependency error.
i.e., I'm not sure how 'hmake' found /usr/lib/ghc-6.2.2, but this
directory is not mentioned in my environment, and it was not my
intention to use this version of ghc.
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