[Haskell] cabal + haddock on Windows default paths working?
kr.angelov at gmail.com
Wed Dec 6 02:51:09 EST 2006
It seems like Cabal is looking for directory "html " i.e. with
trailing space. This sounds like a bug.
On 12/5/06, Conal Elliott <conal at conal.net> wrote:
> When I configure libraries (monadLib, arrows) with default locations and
> then cabal-haddock my own library, I get this sort of warning:
> Warning: cannot use package arrows-0.2:
> HTML directory "C:\\Program Files\\Common Files\\arrows-0.2\\doc\\html "
> does not exist.
> That directory *does* exist, however, and contains the arrow library's
> haddock-generated files. Any ideas? Is any Windows haddock user *not*
> having this problem? Am I running into a bug in handling of path names with
> embedded spaces?
> Thanks, - Conal
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