[Haskell-cafe] Cross compiling Haskell from Linux to Windows with GHCs LLVM backend?

Carter Schonwald carter.schonwald at gmail.com
Tue Jun 10 13:31:25 UTC 2014

You'll have much the same challenges as cross compiling using fllvm as
fasm. I'm not sure if cross compiling has been tested much aside from in
the Intel -> Arm case.

On Tuesday, June 10, 2014, Rob Stewart <robstewart57 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I compile my code with GHC on Linux, and don't have ready access to a
> Windows or a Mac operating system. Is it possible to use the GHC LLVM
> backend as a means to cross compile Haskell code to target multiple
> operating systems? I had envisaged it possible to generate the LLVM IR
> using GHCs -keep-llvm-files flag, and using LLVMs target triple flag
> to specify the CPU architecture and operating system of the users
> machine. I'd like to compile on Linux, to target WIndows and Mac
> machines.
> Strangely I cannot find blog posts or tutorials online for
> cross-compiling Haskell with GHC via LLVM.
> Is it possible? Thanks,
> --
> Rob
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