[Haskell-iPhone] trying to run the examples
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Wed Dec 28 00:17:01 CET 2011
On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 5:56 AM, Ton Biegstraaten <
ton.biegstraaten at gmail.com> wrote:
> The issue about hidden packages can be solved by adding text to build
> depends in the cabal file. I added the latest version that could be
> compiled (0.11.0.8) but now this results.
> I think I agree with you to wait for GHC 7.x for the iPhone.
> build-iphone-haskell.sh running with ACTION= and
> Resolving dependencies...
> Configuring Visi-0.1...
> Warning: 'hs-source-dirs: ../core/src' is a relative path outside of the
> source tree. This will not work when generating a tarball with 'sdist'.
> Preprocessing executables for Visi-0.1...
> Building Visi-0.1...
> [1 of 8] Compiling Visi.Util ( ../core/src/Visi/Util.hs,
> [2 of 8] Compiling Visi.Expression ( ../core/src/Visi/Expression.hs,
> [3 of 8] Compiling Visi.Typer ( ../core/src/Visi/Typer.hs,
> [4 of 8] Compiling Visi.Parse ( ../core/src/Visi/Parse.hs,
> [5 of 8] Compiling Visi.Executor ( ../core/src/Visi/Executor.hs,
> [6 of 8] Compiling Visi.Runtime ( ../core/src/Visi/Runtime.hs,
> Couldn't match expected type `[Char]'
> against inferred type `Data.Text.Internal.Text'
> Expected type: [(String, t, Type)]
> Inferred type: [(Data.Text.Internal.Text, Expression, Type)]
> In the second argument of `map', namely `sinks'
> In the expression: map fromSink sinks
> Op 26 dec 2011, om 23:51 heeft David Pollak het volgende geschreven:
> Did you check out the qcon_demo tag? Master will not compile. I'm waiting
> for ghc-iPhone based on ghc 7 to loop back and get master compiling for
> iPad again.
> I didn't, but I don't know that I should?
Yes. The qcon_demo tag is the demarcation of where the code properly
compiled for the iPad.
Then I went and did a bunch of stuff that requires GHC 7 and also splits
the language out from the iPad part because Visi will run on OS X and in
the cloud as well as on the iPad.
You might want to check out https://github.com/dpp/LispHaskellIPad
That compiles for the iPad at master. It might be an easier starting place
> I read about visi as a new language for the iPad, well I haven't one, but
> still it looks nice and simple
> On Dec 26, 2011, at 2:45 PM, Ton Biegstraaten <ton.biegstraaten at gmail.com>
> ... install 'parsec < 3.1'
> installs parsec,
> but I get some errors:
> one about can't find source for Visi.Snark in haskell
> the second that ld can't find -lVisi, but that's maybe due to the previous
> There is VisiPro in haskell ... and I changed the cabal file using VisiPro
> in stead of Visi for Snark
> Then it's missing Data.text.
> I found 0.11.08, but the next error says missing ... it's a member of the
> hidden package.
> Well that's too much for the moment, I've no idea what that means, I've to
> look in the docs probably
> Op 26 dec 2011, om 20:26 heeft David Pollak het volgende geschreven:
> On Mon, Dec 26, 2011 at 11:20 AM, Ton Biegstraaten <
> ton.biegstraaten at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Op 26 dec 2011, om 19:36 heeft David Pollak het volgende geschreven:
>> The following code compiles into a running iPad app (no rooting required):
>> I did my compilation work on Snow Leopard with xcode 3.2.5. The code
>> runs well (no crashes or anything else).
>> Hope this helps.
>> Not yet :-)
>> After installing this in xcode it needs parsec
>> It needs parsec >= 3, so:
>> iphone-simulator-cabal install parsec
>> Resolving dependencies...
>> iphone-simulator-cabal: The package requires Cabal library version -any &&
>> >=1.8 but no suitable version is installed.
>> iphone-simulator-cabal: Error: some packages failed to install:
>> parsec-3.1.2 depends on text-0.11.1.12 which failed to install.
>> text-0.11.1.12 failed during the configure step. The exception was:
>> exit: ExitFailure 1
>> iphone-simulator-cabal --version
>> cabal-install version 0.6.2
>> using version 184.108.40.206 of the Cabal library
>> I'm not sure if I can update the cabal library
>> update gives:
>> iphone-simulator-cabal update
>> Downloading the latest package list from hackage.haskell.org
>> Note: there is a new version of cabal-install available.
>> To upgrade, run: cabal install cabal-install
>> Hope you can help me further?
> Dusting off my memory of the whole configuration fragility issue...
> I think I had to specify parsec 3.0.1 which was built against GHC 6.10. I
> don't remember the cabal syntax for specifying that exact version (perhaps
> someone else on the list can help with the right cabal command.)
>> On Fri, Dec 23, 2011 at 11:36 AM, Ton Biegstraaten <
>> ton.biegstraaten at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I'm new to this. I 've snow leopard highest version with xcode 3.2.6 and
>>> so target 4.3.3. My iPhone is a (jailbroken) 5.01.
>>> I can run simple (hello world Objective C) examples on the iPhone (by
>>> `persuading' xcode to allow me :-)
>>> Compiling haskelldraw is awfull, more than 1800 errors.
>>> GetInBehind runs on the simulator but gives about 40 errors for the
>>> device, missing header files etc.
>>> Reading the maillist gives some clues about versions and adjusting
>>> things, but they are to vague for me. I also read that the stuff works on
>>> xcode 3.2.5 with ios 4.2.
>>> I downloaded this version from a torrent and I wander if it is useful to
>>> replace the current 3.2.6 with this previous version for getting the
>>> examples working.
>>> I like haskell very much and it should be fun to use it in the phone.
>>> I hope someone can give me some clues about downgrading or changing the
>>> current setup.
>>> iPhone mailing list
>>> iPhone at haskell.org
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> Visi.Pro, Cloud Computing for the Rest of Us http://visi.pro
> Lift, the simply functional web framework http://liftweb.net
> Follow me: http://twitter.com/dpp
> Blog: http://goodstuff.im
Visi.Pro, Cloud Computing for the Rest of Us http://visi.pro
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