[Haskell-cafe] some problem with Cabal
qiqi789 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 9 02:51:35 CET 2011
I used cabal install xmobar --flags="all_extensions" .
Is it true that every package installed from hackage should not install any
package, which already exists in the global with the same version number ,
in the local db?
Daniel Fischer wrote:
> On Wednesday 09 March 2011 00:34:39, qiqi wrote:
>> The problem is solved! I found out that both global and local package db
>> get directory-220.127.116.11 and process-18.104.22.168. I unregistered them and
>> other caused broken packages in the local package db.
> D'oh, I should've seen that.
>> Then I
>> successfully installed back hmatrix, ghc-mod, happy and etc. It seems
>> that xmobar will install directory-22.214.171.124 again in the local package
> That's not good. And it doesn't seem to do that here:
> $ cabal install xmobar --dry-run
> Resolving dependencies...
> In order, the following would be installed (use -v for more details):
> What does
> $ cabal install xmobar --dry-run -v3 say for you about directory?
>> Did you succeed in installing haddock 2.9?
> That was built with the compiler (I built from source), no problems.
> $ haddock --version
> Haddock version 2.9.2, (c) Simon Marlow 2006
> Ported to use the GHC API by David Waern 2006-2008
>> Mine got some syntax oriented
>> error duing cabal install haddock. But it's fine.
> The same as
> http://haskell.org/pipermail/haskell-cafe/2011-March/089902.html ?
> I don't know if that's been solved.
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