[arch-haskell] ghc 7.4.1 in a temporary repo
magnus at therning.org
Tue Feb 21 07:43:21 CET 2012
On Tue, Feb 21, 2012 at 12:01:00AM +0100, Adrien Haxaire wrote:
> On 18/02/2012 23:51, Magnus Therning wrote:
>> I'd recommend you fetch the latest changes I've made to the git repo.
>> There's a new pkgrel of GHC itself (7.4.1-2) as well as some fixes to
>> the patches. Some extra instructions:
>> - After creating all the PKGBUILDs it's necessary to adjust the
>> dependency on GHC (unless you modify `cblrepo` and build a new
>> version of it), e.g. by executing something like
>> for f in */PKGBUILD; do
>> sed -e 's/\(.*\)ghc=7\.4\.1-1\(.*\)/\1ghc=7.4.1-2\2/' -i $f
>> - It's not possible to record dependencies on tools in Cabal files,
>> instead that is done in some of the patches. Unfortunately this
>> means that `clbrepo` can't produce a build order that is 100%
>> guaranteed to work; a bit of manual tweaking of the ,,build-order
>> file may be necessary. I think the only tools in question are
>> `alex`, `happy` and `gtk2hs-buildtools`.
>> Good luck ;)
> Et voilà!
> I have pulled your changes to the patches then rebuilt all. I have
> uploaded them at the same location.
Excellent, I'll prepare a repo with those packages during the day.
> I did not need to tweak the ,,build-order file.
Ah, then you were lucky :)
> By the way, what happens if I want to build it while being root (or
> under a sudo bash)? I had to type in me password several times
> because I did not dare try it being root. Do you have a trick to
> avoid typing it?
Yeah, it's a bit unfortunate that we have to work with chroot, which
requires root access. I always configure a timeout for sudo so I
don't have to enter my password on *every* invocation. For larger
builds, like all of [haskell] for instance, I actually configure sudo
to not require a password. Those are the only ways I know of avoiding
typing the password several times.
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