[Haskell] Haskell on QNX?

Malcolm Wallace Malcolm.Wallace at cs.york.ac.uk
Thu Mar 24 05:11:19 EST 2005

"Matthew M. Munz" <mmm92 at pantheon.yale.edu> writes:

>    Is it possible to compile and run Haskell programs on QNX? [1]
> [1] http://www.qnx.com/

>From a brief glance at the QNX website, it appears to support POSIX, GNU
make tools, and gcc-compatible C compilers.  Thus it should be possible
to get either Hugs or nhc98 up and running very quickly, maybe even straight
out of the box, on all architectures.

It is also likely that ghc could be persuaded to bootstrap (with a little
work) on at least PowerPC and ix86 platforms, since the native codegen for
those architectures is well maintained - MIPS, SH-4, StrongARM, and Xscale
would be much more of a challenge for ghc though!


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