Debugging on Mac OS X
mnislaih at gmail.com
Tue Oct 24 09:46:35 EDT 2006
For general info on debugging, make sure to check the wiki page:
And while you are there maybe you can add some notes on your experience.
In case you want to play with the GHCi debugger, I've been updating
the repository with the latest ghc 6.6 patches these days, so it is
still alive and working. Unfortunately, you still will need to
compile it yourself (just to make it clear, this means compiling a
custom version of GHC).
On 23/10/2006, at 14:42, Luke Worth wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just installed GHC 6.6 using the PPC binary installer on Mac OS
> X. I'm having some trouble getting debuggers to work; I have tried
> both plargleflarp (buddha) and Hat. Neither of them will compile on
> GHC 6.6 on Mac yet.
> For anyone in the same situation, how do you survive? I know of no
> other method of debugging Haskell programs, aside from manually
> running chunks of the code from within GHCi - but that makes it
> very difficult to debug nested 'where' functions.
> Thanks in advance
> Luke Worth
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