[Haskell-cafe] test driving cabal install... cabal install and
normal install (runghc Setup) don't mix... two package.conf files...
tphyahoo at gmail.com
Thu May 29 22:15:46 EDT 2008
By the way, it just finally finished.
I still think it took way too long.
2008/5/29 Thomas Hartman <tphyahoo at gmail.com>:
> I see. I had done
> sudo cabal install HAppS-Server
> but this just installed with root ownership in my home directory.
> I'm now trying with
> sudo cabal install --global HAppS-Server
> 2008/5/29 Daniel Patterson <daniel at dbpatterson.com>:
>> I think you need to install HAppS-Data etc globally... I'm not sure why
>> locally installed (ie, only your user) packages wouldn't be picked up by runghc
>> Setup.hs'ing, but if they are install system wide it should definitely work.
>> I think it is cabal --global install foo
>> On Thu, 29 May 2008 18:11:04 -0700
>> "Thomas Hartman" <tphyahoo at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> After a little drama with zlib, I managed to get cabal-install installed.
>>> I then attempted to do
>>> cabal install HAppS-Server
>>> since this is a module with a lot of dependencies, and in rapid
>>> development flux, so perenially painful for me to install.
>>> The result is that I managed to install everything up to HAppS-State,
>>> which I think is the last dependency, but then seemed to hang
>>> indefinitely in the middle of installing HAppS-Server at the end.
>>> OK, I thought, then perhaps I can do normal runghc Setup.hs after
>>> downloading and unzipping the tar from
>>> However, this resulted in error
>>> thartman at thartman-laptop:~/haskellInstalls/smallInstalls/HAppS-Server-0.9.2.1>runghc
>>> Setup.hs configure
>>> Setup.hs: At least the following dependencies are missing:
>>> HAppS-Data >=0.9.2...
>>> Strange, because I had just installed that module via cabal-install,
>>> and I could load it in ghci with :m +HappS.Data.
>>> I then ran ghc-pkg and got this strange result that my packages were
>>> broken into two different files. Is this by design?
>>> ghc-pkg list
>>> Cabal-188.8.131.52, Cabal-1.3.11, Cabal-1.5.2, DeepArrow-0.2,
>>> HAppS-Data-0.9.2.1, HAppS-IxSet-0.9.2.1, HAppS-State-0.9.2.1,
>>> I am curious if anybody else is able to install HAppS-Server using
>>> cabal install, and whether they can shed any light on the other isuses
>>> I raised.
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