[Haskell] Haskell on QNX?
liwen.huang at yale.edu
Thu Mar 24 13:20:25 EST 2005
I have successfully installed Hugs on QNX machine. As far as I can remember,
you only need to make a few changes in the Makefile, (change gcc to qcc and
change to proper qcc flags).
----- Original Message -----
From: <mmm92 at pantheon.yale.edu>
To: "Malcolm Wallace" <Malcolm.Wallace at cs.york.ac.uk>
Cc: <haskell at haskell.org>
Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2005 12:50 PM
Subject: Re: [Haskell] Haskell on QNX?
>> ... 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.
> So it sounds like nobody has done this yet (or at least nobody on this
> list)? I'm very unfamiliar with QNX ATM, but perhaps when I'm
> acclimated, I might try to get Hugs running on it. Thanks.
> - Matt
> Quoting Malcolm Wallace <Malcolm.Wallace at cs.york.ac.uk>:
>> "Matthew M. Munz" <mmm92 at pantheon.yale.edu> writes:
>> > Is it possible to compile and run Haskell programs on QNX? 
>> >  http://www.qnx.com/
>> >From a brief glance at the QNX website, it appears to support POSIX,
>> make tools, and gcc-compatible C compilers. Thus it should be
>> to get either Hugs or nhc98 up and running very quickly, maybe even
>> out of the box, on all architectures.
>> It is also likely that ghc could be persuaded to bootstrap (with a
>> work) on at least PowerPC and ix86 platforms, since the native
>> codegen for
>> those architectures is well maintained - MIPS, SH-4, StrongARM, and
>> would be much more of a challenge for ghc though!
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