[Hat] hmake -hat looks for file in /usr/include, not PWD
dcmorse at gmail.com
Tue Oct 24 13:38:49 EDT 2006
On 10/20/06, Malcolm Wallace <Malcolm.Wallace at cs.york.ac.uk> wrote:
> "David Morse" <dcmorse at gmail.com> wrote:
> > "hmake -hat -package GLUT Main" fails with: "Fail:
> > /usr/include/hat/DoublyLinked.hx: openFile: does not exist (No such
> > file or directory)". DoublyLinked.hs is sitting right in the
> > directory from which I'm compiling, I'm not sure why the -hat flag
> > causes this digging in /usr/include.
> > This is hat 2.02-12 and hmake-3.09-3 on Debian stable x86.
> You are using an older version of Hat, so this behaviour may have been
> fixed already in 2.04. I'm not sure quite why it is failing. But one
> possible workaround is to explicitly give the current directory to hmake,
> as a location to look for the .hx pseudo-interface files. (Use -i.)
> hmake -hat -i. -package GLUT Main
Hm... the problem persists on a machine with:
Also, "-i" doesn't work around, for some reason.
Other than hopengl, this project is basically self-contained, if
anyone's interested in trying to reproduce this, take a look at:
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