Import Chasing Problems - hello.lhs
Mon, 8 Oct 2001 10:47:10 -0700
John Heron email@example.com writes:
> I just installed ghc 5.02 on my NT 4.0 machine, and I'm wondering if the
> import chasing is broken for ghc-5.02 on Windows NT? Or perhaps there is
> yet another thing I don't understand about Haskell's environment or
> modules? I got the following complaints when trying to compile Sigborn
> Finne's Win32 example hello.lhs
> F:\stuff>ghc -o hello hello.lhs
> failed to load interface for `Win32':
> Could not find interface file for `Win32'
have a look at the top of that file - it tells you what options you need to
GHC to compile the example (well, the options it suggests are deprecated
by The Powers That Be; you ought to use "-package" instead of "-syslib").
Simpler yet, try running it via ghci:
c:\src\haskell> ghci -package win32 hello.lhs
and then evaluate 'main'.
btw, notice that ghc-5.02 currently has got a problem or two with the
Win32 library -- see