GHC 6.8.1 on Mac OS 10.5 Leopard (Intel) - Configure fails
Manuel M T Chakravarty
chak at cse.unsw.edu.au
Mon Dec 10 21:10:25 EST 2007
> Basically, I just wanted to get this thing running without too much
> hassle... Does anyone have an idea why the GHC distribution
> available via MacPorts does not work at the moment?
Install "gmp" from MacPorts. That will make the configure error go
away. (The installed compiler will not use the MacPorts gmp; it is
just needed during the installation.)
I have no idea who maintains ghc in MacPorts, if anybody.
> Philip Weaver schrieb:
>> "configure: error: cannot determine current directory"
>> I had this error message, too. I looked in the configure script,
>> and couldn't figure out what craziness it was doing to get the
>> current directory. I changed it to just do 'pwd', but I didn't get
>> much farther. I gave up and built from source :)
>> On Dec 10, 2007 11:23 AM, Carsten Keßler <carsten.kessler at uni-muenster.de
>> <mailto:carsten.kessler at uni-muenster.de>> wrote:
>> I have re-installed GMP (again via MacPorts) - still the same
>> message. Maybe MacPorts puts in the wrong place on my system?
>> Joel Reymont schrieb:
>> > You may want to install GMP.framework back then.
>> > The error is saying that pwd is trying to load the framework
>> is not
>> > finding it.
>> > On Dec 10, 2007, at 4:22 PM, Carsten Keßler wrote:
>> >> No, I'm using the binaries from
>> >> I have already removed GMP. I have uninstalled it via
>> Macports, or
>> >> might there be another version of it somewhere in my system?
>> > --
>> > http://wagerlabs.com
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> Carsten Keßler
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