Tue, 10 Dec 2002 09:29:07 -0000
You need to cd into fptools/libraries, and say 'make way=3Dt'. (The =
stuff is described in the building guide. Better still, set
GhcLibWays=3Dt to your build.mk file.) This will build a library tree
with flag -ticky, which is what you need. You do need to build from
source to do this.
| -----Original Message-----
| From: Kirsten Chevalier [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
| Sent: 09 December 2002 19:55
| To: email@example.com
| Subject: Ticky-ticky profiling?
| I'm wondering what needs to be done in order to use ticky-ticky
| section 5.7 in the Users' Guide says:
| "To be able to use ticky-ticky profiling, you will need to have
| appropriate libraries and things when you made the system. See
| what libraries to build,? in the installation guide."
| but that section in the installation guide doesn't seem to exist. When
| try to compile programs with -ticky, I get lots of "Could not find
| file" errors, so presumably I need to "build appropriate libraries and
| If anyone could tell me what that specifically means, I'd appreciate
| Kirsten Chevalier * firstname.lastname@example.org * Often in error, never in
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