[Haskell-cafe] problems with HOC install from svn
velman at cox.net
Tue Sep 8 22:54:08 EDT 2009
Thanks. Now I do have libHSbinary-0.5.0.1.a in /usr/local/lib,
but apparently not the dylib version. Tomorrow I'll look further.
Perhaps there are some options to produce dylib libraries. I've used
Haskell on Linux some time ago (but not Cabal), and have been Xcoding with
Objective C for a year or so now, but never tried this before. I am
interested in HOC, but I've obviously got a lot to learn.
On Tue, Sep 08, 2009 at 08:35:54PM -0400, Ross Mellgren wrote:
> It sounds like it's looking for the binary package -- you should install it
> using cabal, e.g.
> private (per-user) install:
> cabal update
> cabal install binary
> global (system-wide) install:
> sudo cabal update
> sudo cabal install --global binary
> On Sep 8, 2009, at 7:57 PM, John Velman wrote:
>> I'm unable to build HOC from the svn read-only checkout. Here are some
>> details of what I'm doing.
>> I'm running OS X 10.5.8 on an intel iMac with Xcode is 3.1.3.
>> Haskel and Cabal are from the Haskel platform,
>> I got Parsec 3.0 from Hackage.
>> I checked out HOC using the svn command at
>> and checked out revision 411.
>> Configure goes OK except for the complaint:
>> Warning: In the use of `defaultUserHooks'
>> (imported from Distribution.Simple):
>> Deprecated: "Use simpleUserHooks or autoconfUserHooks, unless
>> you need Cabal-1.2
>> compatibility in which case you must stick with
>> But when I try to build, I get, after a bunch of apparently successful
>> Loading package binary-0.5.0.1 ... <command line>: can't load .so/.DLL
>> for: HSbinary-0.5.0.1 (dlopen(libHSbinary-0.5.0.1.dylib, 9): image not
>> I certainly can't find libHSbinary... of any version on my computer, dylib
>> or not. Tried looking in the /Library/Frameworks/GHC.Framework stuff,
>> did a find . -iname "*libHS* and found libHSGLFW..., libHSparsec-3.0.0.
>> (also tried this in my home directory).
>> What is this, and how do I get it?
>> John Velman
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