Haskell on Mac OS X release?
Sun, 22 Jul 2001 12:10:03 +0200
As you've probably experienced, compiling Hugs under MacOS X is
failry straightforward, and the current CVS version of Hugs
actually compiles right out of the box. To download a copy, go
to cvs.haskell.org and follow the instructions. The next
official Hugs release (which is slightly delayed but still due
this summer) will of course support MacOS X as well.
However, only the standard text-based interface is supported,
and no graphics libraries have yet been ported to MacOS X as far
as I know. A more advanced GUI similar to the WinHugs interface
would of course be neat, but in my mind a port of Alastair
Reid's Graphics Library library would be much more valuable. So
if you'd like to have a go with such an effort, it would be much
appreciated. Please contact me or Alastair Reid
<[email protected]> if you'd like to discuss this in more detail.
Thanks for your interest!
All the best,
On Monday, July 16, 2001, at 08:06 PM, Howard Oakley wrote:
> [newbie alert]
> Although I have seen ports of HUGS and GHC to Mac OS X beta, is anyone
> actively working on ports for the release version of OS X?
> (I have the current HUGS up and running, and am looking at
> porting one or
> more of the compilers when life quietens down a bit towards the
> end of this
> month. Has anyone any server space to hold binaries? Although new to
> Haskell, I'm fairly experienced at porting to Mac and OS X,
> including LAM
> and Charm++. I'm also wondering about interfaces between
> Haskell and OS X
> graphics etc....)
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