[Haskell-cafe] ANN: Salvia-1.0.0
carter.schonwald at gmail.com
Sun Mar 21 20:05:27 EDT 2010
apparently sometimes even though cabal can figure out the dependencies for a
package you want, it gets confused (or something) when it needs to figure
out the "transitive" dependencies (that which needs to be installed for the
direct dependencies to also install). So try doing a cabal install of that
version of template haskell with the explicit version
cabal install template-haskell-18.104.22.168
that should solve it
On Sun, Mar 21, 2010 at 7:57 PM, Bernie Pope <florbitous at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 22 March 2010 03:05, Sebastiaan Visser <sfvisser at cs.uu.nl> wrote:
> > Straight from Zurihac: I'm very pleased to announce the 1.0.0 release of
> the Salvia web server.
> > Salvia is a feature rich web server and web application framework that
> can be used to write dynamic websites in Haskell. From the lower level
> protocol code up to the high level application code, everything is written
> as a Salvia handler. This approach makes the framework extremely modular and
> > To do a full install first run `cabal update' followed by `cabal install
> salvia-demo'. Now you can run the salvia-demo command and point your browser
> to http://localhost:8080/ .
> Hi Sebastiaan,
> I was looking forward to a new version of Salvia.
> Do you have minumum requirements for GHC? I tried to 'cabal install
> salvia-demo', but with no luck:
> cabal install salvia-demo
> Resolving dependencies...
> cabal: cannot configure syb-with-class-0.6.1. It requires template-haskell
> For the dependency on template-haskell ==2.4.* there are these packages:
> template-haskell-22.214.171.124. However none of them are available.
> template-haskell-126.96.36.199 was excluded because template-haskell-188.8.131.52 was
> selected instead
> template-haskell-184.108.40.206 was excluded because ghc-6.10.4 requires
> template-haskell ==220.127.116.11
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