[Haskell] Woes on MacOS 10.6 - linking issues
jmg at gaillourdet.net
Sat Jun 12 09:56:02 EDT 2010
On 11.06.2010, at 04:53, Brett Giles wrote:
> I seem to have Gtk2HS 0.11 installed, but not quite working. Interestingly, I can run a demo, such as the hello/World.hs example, directly in ghci. However, when I try to do a ghc --make on any code containing gtk2hs I get a link error like this:
> Undefined symbols:
> "_iconv_close", referenced from:
> _hs_iconv_close in libHSbase-220.127.116.11.a(iconv.o)
> (maybe you meant: _hs_iconv_close)
> "_iconv", referenced from:
> _hs_iconv in libHSbase-18.104.22.168.a(iconv.o)
> (maybe you meant: _hs_iconv_open, _hs_iconv , _hs_iconv_close )
> "_iconv_open", referenced from:
> _hs_iconv_open in libHSbase-22.214.171.124.a(iconv.o)
> (maybe you meant: _hs_iconv_open)
> ld: symbol(s) not found
I've had the exactly that same issue an hour ago, when I was trying to cabal install threadscope on Snow Leopard 10.6.3.
I managed to build it using
cabal install threadscope --extra-lib-dir=/usr/lib
The resulting binary seems to work fine.
> I do have libiconv installed as a universal library via macports. gtk, glade etc., are also universal installed via macports.
But, I did not manage to build glade with macports as a universal binary. I had to force it to be i386 only, since evolution-data-server failed to compile. How, did you manage to build a universal binary?
Sorry, for the off-topic question.
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