john at repetae.net
Mon Mar 9 08:36:41 EDT 2009
On Sun, Mar 08, 2009 at 11:46:07PM +0000, Tuomo Valkonen wrote:
> Configuring extensible-exceptions-0.1.0.0...
> cabal-bin.exe: Cannot find the program 'ghc' at
> '/c/bin/ghc-188.8.131.5290308/bin/ghc' or on the path
> 'ldd libraries/cabal-bin.exe' finds no cygwin dependencies;
> everything points to /c/WINDOWS/system32. I presume that
> the mingw-ghc used the include mingw gcc, not cygwin's gcc.
> Indeed, I tried deleting that file, and got:
> ghc.exe: could not execute: C:\bin\ghc-184.108.40.20690308\gcc
> It doesn't seem like it will build cygwin programs.
perhaps the most recent non-cabalized ghc build might be worth a try. I
think darcs still compiles with ghc 6.6, but am not positive., I seem to
remember ghc working on cygwin at some point. I have been in a similar
position in the past actually in the odd place of developing linux/unix
software while sitting at a windows box, and cygwin builds of tools were
more useful in general.
John Meacham - ⑆repetae.net⑆john⑈
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