benjamin.franksen at bessy.de
Wed Nov 17 07:10:58 EST 2004
I want to use ghc as a script interpreter, using the '-e' option. The
problem is that I can't give the script any command line arguments,
because 'ghc -e' intepretes everything argument as the name of a module
> cat Test.hs
main = getArgs >>= print
> ghc -e Main.main Test.hs
> ghc -e Main.main Test.hs blabla
Can't find module `blabla'
(use -v to see a list of the files searched for)
Failed to load interface for `Main':
Bad interface file: Test.hi
Test.hi: openBinaryFile: does not exist (No such file or
<interactive>:1: Variable not in scope: `Main.main'
Is there a way to tell ghc that what follows are arguments to teh
program ('main') and not to ghc itself?
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