[Haskell-cafe] Linux binary dist problems
colin.mailinglist at gmail.com
Mon Oct 6 17:00:38 EDT 2008
Great, thanks for the pointer. I'll take a look at nix, that might be an
option. Thanks for the offer of server space too, but I'd really like to get
it going on my own space since I have domains and whatnot pointed there.
I also realise that the IDE support isn't there - it's even worse, I use
IntelliJ rather than Eclipse which is positively magical at times. Something
similar for a language like Haskell would be amazing.
Thanks for the advice!
2008/10/6 Marc Weber <marco-oweber at gmx.de>
> Hi Colin,
> I only know about one other option:
> Try user mode linux / qemu / anotehr virtualziing software and setup the
> environment within that which you need... :-(
> Another thing you could try is installing nix (nixos.org) (software
> system).. It bootstraps current ghc via ghc-6.4.2 from binaries / source
> automatically (Don't think older compilers are supported than 6.4.x) but
> you'll get a complete copy of each system lib within the store
> direcotry. So you need some disk space. And I can't guarantee that it
> works out of the box.. (it works with 2.6.9 kernel.. don't know about
> older ones)
> If all you want to do is toying around I can give you an ssh account to
> my server which has ghc installed.
> Anyway be prepared that there is no IDE support coming close to what
> Eclipse provides for the Java language..
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