temp.tsun at gmail.com
Fri Mar 27 17:55:27 EDT 2009
Oh yes, it works. I'm sorry for not noticing how this application works.
Now I really wonder how I can implement that into winHugs and other GUI's =)
Thank you for your response.
2009/3/27 Henk-Jan van Tuyl <hjgtuyl at chello.nl>
> On Fri, 27 Mar 2009 19:35:05 +0100, Tsunkiet Man <temp.tsun at gmail.com>
>> I've just installed wxHaskell as follow:
>> - Download wxHaskell from the following page:
>> http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/WxHaskell/Download and downloaded the
>> version for Windows XP.
>> - Registered using the batch file provided.
>> Now I have this small program from my education page that I want to run
>> to make sure my installation is correct. (
>> http://www.cs.uu.nl/wiki/pub/FP/Practicum/Balls.hs) I've also got Helium
>> (2003) and winHugs (sept 2006) (I'm so sorry for using the old versions,
>> I just can't find new versions) My GHC compiler is version: GHC 6.10.1 and
>> my wxHaskell is named like: wxhaskell-bin-msw2.8.9-ghc6.10.1-0.11.0-0.zip.
>> (If you need more information just contact me)
>> Now my error message in winHugs is: And if
>> ERROR file:.\Balls.hs - Can't find imported module "Graphics.UI.WX"
>> And if I run that in Helium I get some error message that the . in
>> "Graphics.UI.WX" is unexpected. (Which means by my views that it didn't
>> import wxHaskell.)
>> And if I run it in ghci it compiles perfect. So I thought let's type in
>> "main" to start it in a interpreter. So I get the following:
>> http://img10.imageshack.us/img10/5118/testzrs.jpg. I don't think that
>> program is running correctly. Can someone point out what went wrong or
>> I am doing wrong?
>> And some small question, do I always have to compile those programs in
>> for it to run correctly?
>> Thanks for your time and effort!
>> Tsunkiet Man
> You have installed wxHaskell for GHC only; I don't know how to install it
> for the other implementations. The window seems OK, to see balls dropping,
> click on the window.
> Met vriendelijke groet,
> Henk-Jan van Tuyl
> http://Van.Tuyl.eu/ <http://van.tuyl.eu/>
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