[Haskell-iPhone] Who's got a toolchain actually building
executables that they can deploy to iOS devices?
mevins at me.com
Wed Nov 3 01:09:54 EDT 2010
So I notice iPwn's GHC controbutions, though their current state is slightly unclear, as is the current procedure (if any) for actually using them.
I have been able to get jhc to compile an executable, but am at a bit of a loss as to what to do with it once it's built. (Perhaps I can build a static library and drop it into an XCode project?)
I also note that section 4 at http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/IPhone, which purports to describe how to build for the iPhone using jhc, doesn't actually work with my install of XCode 3.2.4, as "arm-apple-darwin-gcc" exists nowhere on my system. I got a simulator build to work using the following settings:
All corrections and advice gratefully received.
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