[Haskell-cafe] Building fastcgi from hackage on windows.

Iain Barnett iainspeed at gmail.com
Fri Aug 8 06:08:23 EDT 2008

have you installed this?

I use Asp.Net when I'm on Windows, so I don't know the answers to  
your questions but you might find more info on running it here


On 8 Aug 2008, at 2:10 am, Edward Ing wrote:

> Oh yes. I should mention that I am building this on Windows XP. I
> build Network.FastCGI on Ubuntu and it worked because I was able to
> install  the libfcgi-dev (which had the libraries and the headers.)
> My guess is that WIndows XP is the problem, and that the task of
> building on XP is quite different. Where are include headers and
> libraries found in Windows XP system? What fastcgi implementation
> would you need for a Windows XP? These are the probably the important
> questions.
> Edward Ing
> On Thu, Aug 7, 2008 at 7:54 PM, Iain Barnett <iainspeed at gmail.com>  
> wrote:
>> On 7 Aug 2008, at 8:58 pm, Edward Ing wrote:
>>> I am using the cabal system to build the hackage version of fastcgi.
>>> I get the below messages with the "runghc Setup.lhs build" command.
>>> Network\FastCGI.hsc:59:21:  fcgiapp.h: No such file or directory
>>> Network\FastCGI.hsc: In function `main':
>>> Network\FastCGI.hsc:200:0:
>>>     error: `FCGX_Request' undeclared (first use in this function)
>>> It looks like I need the fastcgi sources. Where does this source  
>>> come
>>> from? I didn't get any dependency messages when I did the setup
>>> config.
>>> Edward Ing
>> I had a similar problem about a month ago, but I can't remember  
>> *exactly*
>> what I did to fix it. I think I made sure the following were  
>> installed (I'm
>> pretty sure I ran cabal installs for all of them regardless of  
>> what ghc-pkg
>> told me, and it worked)
>> network-2.0
>> alex-2.2
>> HTTP-3001.0.4
>> cgi-3001.1.6.0
>> From my cabal build-log:

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