ghc-7.0.2 on macports wanted
Christian.Maeder at dfki.de
Fri Mar 11 12:01:55 CET 2011
Am 11.03.2011 11:32, schrieb Max Bolingbroke:
> On 10 March 2011 17:51, Christian Maeder <Christian.Maeder at dfki.de> wrote:
>> Why does the base package depend on iconv only on macs? iconv is not
>> needed under linux or solaris (unless you install haskeline, which is
>> not in the platform.
> I don't have access to a Linux box to check, but according to the
> source code iconv should be required on any platform except Win32.
Maybe it is statically linked into the base package. And maybe this
could be done on Macs with a locally installed static iconv lib?
> Could we do something here to make GHC compatible with either iconv?
> For example, on OS X we could weakly link base against both iconv_*
> and libiconv_* and then have the hs_iconv_* functions dispatch to the
> first non-null function of the two.
> Alternatively, perhaps it would be sufficient to have bases'
> "extra-lib-dirs" include /usr/lib/? I guess this would only work if
> GHC arranges to put -L/usr/lib at the very front of the link line,
It did not help to just add "/usr/lib" to library-dirs or "-L/usr/lib"
to ld-options of base's package.conf file.
Maybe it would help to add /usr/lib to those packages that add
> Some sort of solution here would eliminate a lot of pain and suffering
> on the part of OS X GHC users :-)
I agree, C.
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