[Haskell-cafe] Batteries included (Was: GHC is a monopoly compiler)
Theodore Lief Gannon
tanuki at gmail.com
Sat Oct 1 00:08:37 UTC 2016
There's only one top-level installation involved (stack), and no
conditional branches on the process, so I'd say it's hit "trivial with
step-by-step instructions" at least. I just failed to write them. ;)
I'll have to check whether I have global GTK. I'm 95% sure I don't, but on
the other hand it's been a couple of years since my last full reinstall so
I could well have just forgotten about it.
On Fri, Sep 30, 2016 at 3:35 PM, Tillmann Rendel <
rendel at informatik.uni-tuebingen.de> wrote:
> Theodore Lief Gannon wrote:
>> D'oh, pkg-config of course. And I took an initial 'pacman -Syu' for
>> granted but I suppose that's not documented anywhere specific to
>> Stack... probably worth doing.
> So installing gtk is trivial ...
> ... assuming you know how to operate pacman and setup pkg-config in a
> mingw environment? Almost there, almost. ;)
> Interesting that you had to invoke through stack exec, tho... do you
>> have dynamic linking in your global config? AFAIK static is default on
>> Windows, so the DLLs don't matter after linking.
> I didn't change any global config options related to linking.
> Note that the issue is with the gtk DLLs, not ghc-produced DLLs. I guess
> gtk is always dynamically linked, and you didn't run into this when you
> tested because you have GTK installed system-wide, too.
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