At the end I found that these problem were due to a new version of
attoparsec not being compatible with the code we had. I've uploaded a new
version of scion-browser, 0.1.3.3, which solves all these problems.
Thanks for reporting.
2011/11/24 Alejandro Serrano Mena <trupill@...>
> In principle, the Atto.Fail constructor is in the "attoparsec" package,
> which should be installed in your system if you have the aeson-native
> package correctly installed.
> Try to execute "cabal install attoparsec" directly in your system. You can
> also try to run "cabal install scion-browser" after, and send the message
> log if some error is found. If not, you can configure EclipseFP (Window >
> Preferences > Haskell > Helper executables) to use the scion-browser you
> just installed.
> 2011/11/23 Evan Montgomery-Recht <montge@...>
>> Dev Team,
>> Hopefully this is a simple question, but what platforms have been tested
>> with the released version of 2.2.0? (I last used a working version during
>> the spring on Ubuntu.)
>> Reason I ask is that I've been having issues with getting scion-browser
>> to compile properly. Trying two different platforms with Eclipse 3.7,
>> MacOS X w/ GHC 7.2.1 (tried 7.0.X) and Ubuntu 11.10 w/ Eclipse 3.7 and
>> (both what's included and what's downloadable). I'm wondering if there's a
>> specific order I need to run the packages with cabal, or if I'm missing
>> something that needs to be installed.
>> [19 of 22] Compiling Scion.Hoogle.Parser ( src/Scion/Hoogle/Parser.hs,
>> dist/build/scion-browser/scion-browser-tmp/Scion/Hoogle/Parser.o )
>> [20 of 22] Compiling Scion.Hoogle ( src/Scion/Hoogle.hs,
>> dist/build/scion-browser/scion-browser-tmp/Scion/Hoogle.o )
>> Warning: The import of `Data.ByteString.Char8' is redundant
>> except perhaps to import instances from
>> To import instances alone, use: import
>> [21 of 22] Compiling Server.Commands ( src/Server/Commands.hs,
>> dist/build/scion-browser/scion-browser-tmp/Server/Commands.o )
>> [22 of 22] Compiling Main ( src/Main.hs,
>> dist/build/scion-browser/scion-browser-tmp/Main.o )
>> src/Main.hs:22:17: Not in scope: data constructor `Atto.Fail'
>> src/Main.hs:23:17: Not in scope: data constructor `Atto.Done'
>> cabal: Error: some packages failed to install:
>> scion-browser-0.1.3.2 failed during the building phase. The exception was:
>> ExitFailure 1
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