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# Extract, using WinZip or similar.
 
# Extract, using WinZip or similar.
 
# Go to My Computer, right click Properties, Advanced, Environment Variables:
 
# 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.
 
# Add the folder to yhc.exe to your PATH variable.
   
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Now, to test, open a command window anywhere and type in:
 
Now, to test, open a command window anywhere and type in:
   
<code-block>
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<code>
echo main = print 42 > Main.hs
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echo main = print 42 > Main.hs
yhc Main
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yhc Main
yhi Main
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yhi Main
</code-block>
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</code>
   
 
You should see the number 42 appear.
 
You should see the number 42 appear.

Latest revision as of 14:41, 8 October 2006

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

[edit] 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 to yhc.exe to your PATH variable.

[edit] 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.