ross at soi.city.ac.uk
Thu Dec 28 19:27:20 EST 2006
On Wed, Dec 27, 2006 at 11:13:43PM +0000, dfeustel at mindspring.com wrote:
> I had done an install of hugs98 into /usr/local/lib/hugs but I notice
> that almost none of the hugs98 packages got copied into /usr...
> So I set HUGSDIR=path/to/packages/in/my/user/account.
The X11 and HGL packages won't be built if the system you built Hugs on
lacks an X11 build environment (check hugs98/packages/X11/X11.buildinfo).
(Similarly OpenGL, GLUT, OpenAL, ALUT.) But at least a dozen packages
should be built and installed in all cases.
You could set HUGSDIR=.../hugs98/hugsdir but the packages in there
should all be installed by make install. Pointing at the top-level
source directory gets you the unprocessed source files, which won't work.
> I keep getting new "not found" errors for include files pulled in
> by the soe.hs file.
I presume you mean imports rather that includes. Perhaps you could
post some of what happens.
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