simonmar at microsoft.com
Mon Jun 14 09:06:37 EDT 2004
On 03 June 2004 15:56, Goran Topic wrote:
> I am a newcomer to functional programming, and I would like to learn
> it very much. However, I'm also starting to deal with parallel
> programming, and I thought I'd combine my two interests.
> So I grabbed the Debian ghc6 package (v6.2), and (after a lot of
> searching) found out that I lack the "mp" way. Then I tried grabbing
> the sources, and compiling them with WAYS=mp, but when the compiler is
> compiling the "mp" way, it does so with the -parallel switch, which
> requires the "mp" include files - the very ones I am trying to
> Now, several people tried telling me that GpH is a separate project,
> but 1) it's very out of date
> 2) ghc source has a ton of PVM references
> 3) the ghc user manual mentions parallel code
> ...so I kind of figured that GpH got integrated into ghc. The problem
> is that I just can't get it to run!
The parallel version of GHC is maintained by a separate group, the GPH
project, and they do their own releases. There is old, non-working
parallel code in the version of GHC we distribute (as you discovered).
For the GPH project, go here:
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