Wed, 10 Oct 2001 16:58:07 -0700
On Wednesday, October 10, 2001, at 12:29 PM, Hal Daume III wrote:
> So, barring this, I'm curious how other people handle this issue.
> I have multiple projects. Call them A, B, C. They are in directories:
> Say I'm creating a new project, D, in ~/projects/D that uses code that
> I've written in packages A, B and C. Now, as far as I can see, I have
> two options:
> 1) Copy all the .(l)hs files from /A, /B, and /C to /D that I need to
> 2) Include projects/A, projects/B and projects/C in my search path for
> I hate both of these options. 1 is terrible because I have multiple
> copies of the same code lying around and, if I make changes to one, I
> have to remember to copy the changes over to the others. 2 is a big
> nuisance, especially since ghc (seems to) lack an environment variable
> that it looks at to get command line options every time it runs
> (HUGSFLAGS, I think it was for Hugs).
> So is there a third option that I'm missing? How do other
> people handle
> this issue?
> - Hal
Using the new hirarchical module namespace soon to be supported
by both Hugs and GHC:
Set the search path to ~/projects and import A.M, B.N, etc.
The only additional requirement here is that your module M in A
must be renamed A.M, and so forth.
How does that sound?