neil.mitchell.2 at credit-suisse.com
Wed Sep 17 03:54:50 EDT 2008
> > c:/darcs/HEAD/ghc/stage1-inplace/ghc.exe -package-name
> time-184.108.40.206 -hide-all-packages -no-user-package-conf -i
> -idist/build -i. -idist/build/autogen -Idist/build/autogen
> -Idist/build -Iinclude -optP-include
> -optPdist/build/autogen/cabal_macros.h -odir dist/build
> -hidir dist/build -stubdir dist/build -package Win32-2.1
> -package base-4.0 -package old-locale-1.0 -O
> -XForeignFunctionInterface -XCPP -idist/build -H64m -O0
> -fasm -O -fasm -dcore-lint -Wall -fno-warn-deprecated-flags
> -c Data/Time/Clock/CTimeval.hs -o
> dist/build/Data/Time/Clock/CTimeval.o -ohi
> > c:/darcs/HEAD/ghc/stage1-inplace/ghc.exe -Iinclude -package
> > -package base-4.0 -package old-locale-1.0 -optc-O2 -odir
> dist/build -c
> > cbits/HsTime.c -o dist/build/cbits/HsTime.o
> > In file included from cbits\HsTime.c:1:0:
> > include\HsTime.h:4:26: HsTimeConfig.h: No such file or directory
> This is normally a symptom of not running autoreconf in
> libraries/time, which is supposed to be done by 'sh boot'.
> Could you check that 'sh boot'
> is running autoreconf as it should?
I ran into the same problem yesterday, and the cause was that I hadn't
sh boot/configure'd. After that, on Cygwin, the build succeeded.
However, the exact same "time" issues do crop up if I try and install
the time package on a different machine (without mingw/cygwin etc) using
a binary distribution of GHC HEAD - so something seems wrong somewhere.
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