cvs commit: fptools/libraries/Cabal/doc Cabal.xml Makefile
simonmar at microsoft.com
Thu Feb 10 04:34:25 EST 2005
On 09 February 2005 17:13, Isaac Jones wrote:
> For runhaskell to be useful, it should probably end up in a pretty
> standard place, either /usr/bin or /usr/local/bin, and it will
> therefore be pretty easy to figure out if it's installed.
> So I think that it should come with all compilers, but they should go
> check if it exists yet. If it does, leave it alone, but install
> runFoo for your compiler. If it doesn't exist, then install runFoo
> and link runhaskell to runFoo.
Yes, that's more or less what I thought we should do. The systems with
packagers will have to handle this specially, though. I'll make the
standard GHC binary distribution do this, at least.
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