hsc2hs on Mac OS 10.6 unreliable?
Axel.Simon at in.tum.de
Wed Jun 9 06:35:47 EDT 2010
On 09.06.2010, at 10:30, Christian Maeder wrote:
> Chris Kuklewicz schrieb:
>> hsc2hs: On OS 10.6 ghc is calling hsc2hs without any special -arch
>> option, and hsc2hs is calculating offsets in x86_64 mode. This is
>> breaking the interface between ghc and c-structures for various
>> libraries. In particular I ran into this with gtk2hs.
>> It may suffice to get '--cc-flag=-m32 --ld-flag=-m32' to hsc2hs as a
>> work around. While ticket #2965 is not yet fixed it would be
>> better if
>> hsc2hs understood the default arch on OS X 10.6 is not compatible
>> with ghc.
> Sorry, I'm only on a 32bit Mac, but my (installed) hsc2hs (for
> ghc-188.8.131.5200521) file contains:
> HSC2HS_EXTRA="--cflag=-m32 --lflag=-m32 -I<...>
> Is this not sufficient for 64bit Macs, too?
I guess it would be enough, but obiously ghc or cabal should do this
What I would like to get out of this email thread is a set of rules
that allows me to hack around this issue.
if os(darwin) && arch(x86_64) && impl(ghc >=6.10 <=6.12)
cpp-options: -DHSC2HS_EXTRA="--cflag=-m32 --lflag=-m32"
(although I'm not even sure the above works).
Is the above rule correct and future-proof?
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