HSQL Linking Problem with ghc6
cmiltonperl at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 5 15:47:26 EST 2004
Nevermind, I found it. http://htoolkit.sourceforge.net/
--- Christopher Milton <cmiltonperl at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I keep only finding a Java SQL interface on SourceForge
> when I look for HSQL. What is the URL?
> --- Charles Perkins <chuck at memetech.com> wrote:
> > Hello Haskellians,
> > I have been looking for a way to get ghc-compiled haskell programs to
> > talk to a PostgreSQL database, and HSQL seems to be exactly what I
> > need... And what's more, it appears to have downloaded and installed
> > with minimal hassle...
> > Alas (and I am sure this is a problem with my own lack of knowledge or
> > misconfiguration of my system) I can't get ghc to link my program to the
> > HSQL libHSSql.a library. At least I think that is the problem.
> > On my debian-stable system, with some packages and libraries upgraded to
> > -testing so I could install ghc6, I downloaded HSQL 1.0 from sourceforge
> > and then ./configured with --enable-postgress and told it to make and
> > then make -install the HSQL package. When I put an import HSQL statement
> > in my program ghc compiles it without errors but the Linking phase
> > reports the following (my program name is EnvPassed:)
> > Linking ...
> > EnvPassed.o: In function `__stginit_main_':
> > EnvPassed.o(.text+0x25): undefined reference to `__stginit_HSQL_'
> > Collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> > I get the same error when I do a standard compile and when I specify the
> > library to link to as follows: ghc --make EnvPassed.hs -o EnvPassed
> > -lHSsql -L/software/HSQL/
> > (I had expanded and built HSQL in the /software directory.)
> > Am I doing something stupid? What should I check for this kind of error?
> > Any help would be appreciated.
> > Chuck
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