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Currently snapshots are only available for Windows users, this describes how to install and test Yhc on Windows.
 
Currently snapshots are only available for Windows users, this describes how to install and test Yhc on Windows.
   
Create a folder called Yhc.
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== Installing ==
   
Download the snapshot http://www.cs.york.ac.uk/fp/yhc/snapshot/yhc-latest.zip in that
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# Create a folder called Yhc.
folder.
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# Download the snapshot http://www.cs.york.ac.uk/fp/yhc/snapshot/yhc-latest.zip in that folder.
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# Extract, using WinZip or similar.
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# Go to My Computer, right click Properties, Advanced, Environment Variables:
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# Add the folder you extracted as YHC_INST_PATH, so %YHC_INST_PATH%\bin\yhc.exe is the yhc.exe program.
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# Add the folder to yhc.exe to your PATH variable.
   
Extract, using WinZip or similar.
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== Testing ==
 
Go to My Computer, right click Properties, Advanced, Environment Variables:
 
 
Add the folder you extracted as YHC_INST_PATH, so
 
%YHC_INST_PATH%\bin\yhc.exe is the yhc.exe program.
 
 
Add the folder to yhc.exe to your PATH variable.
 
   
 
Now, to test, open a command window anywhere and type in:
 
Now, to test, open a command window anywhere and type in:
   
<code>
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<code-block>
 
echo main = print 42 > Main.hs
 
echo main = print 42 > Main.hs
 
yhc Main
 
yhc Main
 
yhi Main
 
yhi Main
</code>
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</code-block>
   
 
You should see the number 42 appear.
 
You should see the number 42 appear.

Revision as of 13:32, 23 September 2006

Currently snapshots are only available for Windows users, this describes how to install and test Yhc on Windows.

1 Installing

  1. Create a folder called Yhc.
  2. Download the snapshot http://www.cs.york.ac.uk/fp/yhc/snapshot/yhc-latest.zip in that folder.
  3. Extract, using WinZip or similar.
  4. Go to My Computer, right click Properties, Advanced, Environment Variables:
  5. Add the folder you extracted as YHC_INST_PATH, so %YHC_INST_PATH%\bin\yhc.exe is the yhc.exe program.
  6. Add the folder to yhc.exe to your PATH variable.

2 Testing

Now, to test, open a command window anywhere and type in:

echo main = print 42 > Main.hs yhc Main yhi Main

You should see the number 42 appear.