[Haskell-cafe] Re: Hugs on Zaurus

Radosław Grzanka radoslawg at gmail.com
Sun Aug 26 14:14:59 EDT 2007

2007/8/26, Ulrich Vollert <ulrivo at gmx.de>:
> > Haskell could run on such a platform". Ofcourse this is completly
> > other way around in terms of power and memory. :)
> >
> > But anyway, did anyone do it?
> I compiled Hugs for my Sharp Zaurus SL-C3200 (http://www.trisoft.de)
> which is a PDA with an ARM processor.
> (System: Lineo uLinux , CPU: Intel(r) XScale™ (PXA270, 416 MHz))
> Hugs was compiled by gcc 2.95.3 and can be used in the console,
> additionally under a special X/Qt-Environment called pdaXqtrom
> (http://www.users.on.net/~hluc/myZaurus/).
> So, it is possible to use graphics on the Zaurus, too. I didnt dare to
> port ghc or Yhc - which would be great to use on the Zaurus, too.

This is so cool. Unfortunatly I own Treo 650 and running Linux here is
a lot of hackery. It would be awsomely cool to use Hugs on it.


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