[Haskell-cafe] Some Haskell platformish questions
feeder.of.the.bears at gmail.com
Wed Aug 1 20:29:15 EDT 2007
Okay... I'm pretty darned impressed.
I downloaded the packages and got my first Haskell/Glade app running in
about the same amount of time as it took me to get my first VS.Net app up
Thanks for the pointer to GTK2hs.
I hope to have a nice app to add to the list of Haskell apps pretty soon.
PS -- An extra big thanks to you and Stefan for your responsiveness!
On 8/1/07, Duncan Coutts <duncan.coutts at worc.ox.ac.uk> wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-08-01 at 15:31 -0700, David Pollak wrote:
> > Duncan,
> > Many thanks to you as well!
> > On 8/1/07, Duncan Coutts <duncan.coutts at worc.ox.ac.uk> wrote:
> > On Wed, 2007-08-01 at 13:48 -0700, David Pollak wrote:
> > > * Can GHC generate stand-alone executables with all the
> > > dependencies linked in such that I can distribute the
> > single
> > > file without worrying about including a bunch of DLLs/SOs?
> > The
> > > answer seems to be yes, but I wanted to confirm.
> > Yes, but the same is not true of any C dlls you link to, eg
> > GUI libs like gtk or wx.
> > Okay... so I'll have to include the (for example GTK2 DLLs) with the
> > distribution...
> Yes. Those are available here:
> As a demo of an windows installer for a prog that uses Gtk2Hs, see:
> At some point I intend to write some more detailed instructions on this,
> but in the mean time you can probably figure it out from the example.
> It's just a matter of putting the right dlls and other file in the right
> place, the .zip files have the right directory structure all ready, so
> that's pretty easy.
> > I just grabbed a copy and installed it (on Ubuntu... my preferred
> > development platform.)
> Note that it looks like Ubuntu doesn't have the latest version yet:
> but that version should be ok for most stuff you want to do.
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