[nhc-users] NHC98 & Cygwin
lapo at lapo.it
Sat Jan 22 07:02:07 EST 2005
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Yesterday I "casually discovered" the existance of the Haskell
language, became intrigued by it, erad the "Genet introduction", and
gone to the NHC98 homepage to being "experimenting"... there I found a
pre-compiled Cygwin version, that suggested to use Cygwin as
downloadable with setup.exe (thanks god you didn't decide to
distribute it "binary" with cygwin1.dll, as many do: having multiple
cygwin1.dll in the system is indeed a problem).
Now I wonder why don't you create an "official" Cygwni package
installable directly with setup.exe? Whouldn't it be handy?
Do you lack the "specific know-how" (in that case I could help), the
will to manage yet another format or something else?
Anyway I'm (locally) trying to build a cygwin package compatible with
Cygwin's specs, so that it could be included in the distribution...
then it's up to you if you want to mantain it or if you prefer someone
else to do it (in that case I could volunteer, but I still must decide
lapo at lapo.it (PGP & X.509 keys available)
http://www.lapo.it (ICQ UIN: 529796)
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