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I'm new, so my question might be stupid, sorry for that.
I'm trying to use SourceGraph to get a nice report on my Haskell module.
When I launch it from EclipseFP interface, I always get this:
Please provide a single Cabal or Haskell source file as an argument.
No parseable package information found.
What am I doing wrong?
Windows 7 x64, Eclipse 4.2RC3.
Works here… You launch it from a right click on a Haskell project that contains a cabal file, right? It should pass the path to the cabal file to sourcegraph
Right, I'm using it exactly that way. But it gives me only the error message mentioned earlier.
Is there a way to see exact command line that is provided to SourceGraph? Maybe this should help to see what causes the problem.
No, I don't think you can see the actual command. Looking at the code, it seems to run "sourcegraph <path to cabal file>". any thing weird in that path? Does it work if you run it manually from a console?
Works for me.
'dsent, what's the full path to your Haskell project code?
Here is a *guess* of what might be happening.
1. The path that 'dsent is using has a space character in it, something like "C:\My Documents\blah.cabal"
2. EclipseFP doesn't quote/escape the space character.
I can repro that error at the command-line with
SourceGraph C:\Blah blah
(with no quotes)
as SourceGraph then thinks I gave two arguments.
I don't jonw if that's dsent's problem, but you're sooo right misterbee! At first I thought "unlikely, Java does that for us", but looking at the code, I'm not so sure. I will investigate and test, but you're on to something there. Thanks!
EclipseFP will now correctly put arguments with spaces inside quotes (from version 2.3.1)