[Haskell-cafe] Re: ANN: HSH 1.2.0
dfeustel at mindspring.com
Sun Mar 4 20:37:20 EST 2007
> > On 2007-03-04, Dave at haskell.org, "Feustel <dfeustel"@mindspring.com <Dave at haskell.org> wrote:
> > >> The Makefile in the HSH distribution should do this for you. But you
> > >> can say:
> > >>
> > >> ghc --make -o setup -package Cabal Setup.lhs
> > >
> > > A40:/home/daf/Hsh/hsh}ghc --make -o setup -package Cabal Setu.lhs
> > > ghc-6.2.2: unknown package name: Cabal
> > Ahh. You will certainly need GHC 6.6 for HSH; see the list of
> > prerequisites in the README or at
> > http://software.complete.org/hsh/wiki/RelatedSoftware
> > > gmake: *** [Linker.o] Error 1
> > > gmake: *** [stage1] Error 1
> > > A40:/home/daf/Ghc/ghc-6.6}
> > >
> > > I'm not quite sure what to do with MAP_32BIT since I'm running in
> > > AMD 64-bit mode. Any suggestions?
> > This is out of my league to answer, but if you tell us about your
> > platform, I bet we can find you some precompiled binaries for it.
> > -- John
> I'm running AMD 64-bit OpenBSD 4.0. There is a downlevel package for ghc.
> I think I have found the cause of the undefined MAP_ANONYMOUS. It
> looks like that symbol was changed to MAP_ANON in sys/mmap.h for
> OpenBSD. I fixed(?) that and now the MAP_32BIT symbol is the current
> roadblock. As far as I can tell, this symbol is not defined anywhere
> in OpenBSD at the moment. I've done some googling but I still don't
> know what to do with this symbol.
Since there seems to be no MAP_32BIT in OpenBSD, I set the symbol to
0 and gmake got through Linker.c. Gmake now is running toward completion
of the make. I have my fingers crossed :-).
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