[Haskell-cafe] HP/Cygwin and Curl
chris at chrisdornan.com
Mon Jun 7 17:00:15 EDT 2010
Thanks Stephen--that was related to my original question, about using HP
with Cygwin. The answer seems to be No!--you must use MSYS (for real work).
Or am I just being very slow? (I probably am--sorry!)
From: Stephen Tetley [mailto:stephen.tetley at gmail.com]
Sent: 07 June 2010 21:09
To: Chris Dornan
Cc: Haskell-Cafe at haskell.org
Subject: Re: [Haskell-cafe] HP/Cygwin and Curl
On 7 June 2010 20:44, Chris Dornan <chris at chrisdornan.com> wrote:
> Also, what's with
> C:\Program Files\Haskell
> Platform\2010.1.0.0\lib\..\mingw\bin\windres: can't open temporary
> `\/cca01252.irc': No such file or directory
I don't know what's going on there, are you using the Windows CLI and then
working with GHC's mingw?
GHC (and thus the Haskell Platform) does ship with a minimal version of
MinGW - includes files, static libraries, gcc, linker etc. - as GHC needs
these pieces in its tool chain, and it means you can use GHC with the
regular Windows CLI. For 'real work' though, you want to be using a full
MSYS / MinGW installation and the MSYS Bash shell.
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