[Haskell-cafe] GHC RTS question

Artyom Kazak artyom.kazak at gmail.com
Sun Feb 21 13:58:12 EST 2010

2010/2/21 Daniel Fischer <daniel.is.fischer at web.de>:
> Am Sonntag 21 Februar 2010 18:20:43 schrieb Artyom Kazak:
>> > Enclose it in double quotes (perhaps single quotes would also work)
>> No, I want my program to work the same way as UNIX "echo" does.
>> Without any double quotes.
> Okay, what about
> "If you absolutely positively want all the rest of the options in a command
> line to go to the program (and not the RTS), use a ––RTS."
> $ ./prog +RTS --RTS +RTS
> ? (BTW, enclosing in quotes doesn't work anyway if the argument consists
> *only* of "+RTS", same as with echo, echo "-e" doesn't output '-e' either).

So, if I type "./prog +RTS --RTS +RTS", the output will be "+RTS". But
I want the output to be equal to the input IN ALL CASES, without any
quotes, additional options, etc. I want all the command line to go to
my program. How can I do it? (The only way I know now - hacking the
GHC. If there are no other ways, I'll do it.)

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