[Haskell-cafe] Problem with Hyperlinking Haddock-documentation

Simon Marlow simonmar at microsoft.com
Thu Jan 27 07:38:45 EST 2005

On 27 January 2005 09:03, Daniel Fischer wrote:

> Am Mittwoch, 26. Januar 2005 21:49 schrieben Sie:
>> On Wed, 26 Jan 2005, Daniel Fischer wrote:
>>> Maybe somebody can enlighten me.
>>> When I run haddock and put the html files e.g. in directory
>>> ~/bar/foo, any references to things defined in the Prelude or the
>>> libraries are linked to, say ~/bar/foo/Prelude.html#t%3AFractional,
>>> which of course does not exist, because the documentation for the
>>> Prelude is elsewhere. 
>>> How can I tell haddock to link such references to where Prelude.html
>>> actually is?
>> I add an option like
>> -i /usr/local/share/ghc-6.2/html/libraries/base/base.haddock
> The problem still stands, the link is to ~/bar/foo/Prelude.html,
> not to /usr/local/....
> where Prelude.html is.
> Does anybody know what to do?

You probably want to invoke Haddock like this:


(all on one line).  The first path specifies the directory of the HTML
for the base package, the second path specifies the .haddock file for
the base package.


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