[Haskell-iPhone] Who's got a toolchain actually building
executables that they can deploy to iOS devices?
mevins at me.com
Mon Nov 8 13:58:36 EST 2010
that would be great. i'm well versed in ios development (i have some games on the app store), and i've got a vm in development in GHC that i would like to deliver on ios as well as on other platforms. i'm very glad to hear that you guys are still actively developing your ios mods to ghc, and would be very grateful for any tips on getting my ghc code deployed on ios.
thanks very much for the response and the offer of help.
Sent from my iPad
On Nov 8, 2010, at 11:38 AM, Ryan Trinkle <ryan.trinkle at ipwnstudios.com> wrote:
> Hi Mikel,
> My company, iPwn Studios, modified GHC 6.10.4 to produce iPhone output with the help of Xcode. We're using it to write a game for the iPhone. The ghc-iphone project is open source, and is located at http://projects.haskell.org/ghc-iphone. I'd be happy to help you get up and running with that if you'd like.
> On Fri, Nov 5, 2010 at 1:07 PM, mikel evins <mevins at me.com> wrote:
> On Nov 5, 2010, at 10:59 AM, Elliott Hird wrote:
> > arm-apple-darwin-gcc sounds like a manually-installed cross-compiler
> > from the official gcc sources, perhaps?
> Perhaps. Apple's toolchain includes compilers with similar names in the version of XCode I have installed (I have the 4.x beta toolchain). If there were just a little more information about how (and whether) the example setup at the jhc wiki page was originally made to work, I could probably adjust things appropriately for my environment.
> > Could you inject the built executable into an .app?
> Good question. Clearly, the cross-compiler setup is not sufficient by itself, since any actually working iOS app has to be codesigned (unless we assume jailborken devices, which, of course, I don't).
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