If anyone does compile up a 6.4.1-compatible version of wxHaskell and is willing to share it, please say so. Sounds like there are still some hitches in compiling under windows. - Conal
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Daan Leijen
Sent: Sunday, May 08, 2005 9:25 AM
To: Claus Reinke
Cc: The wxHaskell Mailing List
Subject: Re: [wxhaskell-users] announce: wxHaskell 0.9.4, windows bug fix release
Claus Reinke wrote:
?? Why would you give up on wxHaskell? :-) Seriously, if youhave real problems, please tell me so and we can see whatto do about it.
well, our problem was that no one was even listening to
the problems we told you about!-)
Hmm, maybe this was
related that I was accidently unsubscribed
from this list for a few months.. :-( Well, hopefully I'll listen
better from now on. However, I will have little time till October,
afterwards I'll be doing more development work again.
Hmm, when I do "ghc --version" it says:The Glorious Glasgow Haskell Compilation System, version 6.4I guessed tis means 6.4.0 and that 6.4.1 is the currentdevelopment version of ghc. I plan to only release binaryversions for stable versions of ghc -- people with developmentversions of ghc are usually able to build wxHaskell themselves.
The latest development version of GHC works out of the boxwith wxHaskell as it has real bugfixes that fix the currentproblems on windows (while my bugfix release works around it).
Sigbjorn has set up nightly builds of both HEAD and STABLE
for mingw, and has merged the fixes to the STABLE branch while
bumping the version number to 6.4.1. So, windows ghc users are
no longer poor cousins, and can get the benefits of bug-fixes
without going for development builds (which are somewhere in
the 6.5 region) or waiting for infrequent releases. no need for
as for being able to build wxhaskell themselves, I'm in the process
of giving that a go (windows xp with cygwin and mingw,ghc-6.4.1,
wxhaskell-src-0.9.4-1.zip,wxWidgets 2.6.0+2 patches). wxWidgets
seems to have built and installed just fine, and ./configure for
wxHaskell works, but when trying to make wxHaskell, I get the
error below. Any suggestions?
First of all, I strongly
recommend wxWidgets 2.4.2 since it is the only
version that works with ghci. Newer wxWidgets version use static
initializers that are not properly desctructed when the dynamic
link library is not re-loaded. Furthermore, there doesn't seem to
be that many new features useful on Windows.
g++ -c wxc/src/treectrl.cpp -o
out/wxc/treectrl.o -MD -IC:/cygwin/usr/local/include -IC:/cygwin/usr/local/lib/wx/include/msw-ansi-release-static-2.6 -I
C:/cygwin/usr/local/include/wx-2.6 -D__WIN95__ -D__WXMSW__ -Iwxc/include
wxc/src/treectrl.cpp: In function `void wxTreeCtrl_GetFirstChild(void*, void*,
wxc/src/treectrl.cpp:333: warning: `GetFirstChild' is deprecated (declared at
wxc/src/treectrl.cpp: In function `void wxTreeCtrl_GetNextChild(void*, void*,
wxc/src/treectrl.cpp:338: warning: `GetNextChild' is deprecated (declared at
"innocent" warnings -- wxHaskell still uses the deprecated interface.
It would be nice to upgrade though ..
g++ -c wxc/src/image.cpp -o
out/wxc/image.o -MD -IC:/cygwin/usr/local/include -IC:/cygwin/usr/local/lib/wx/include/msw-ansi-release-static-2.6 -IC:/
cygwin/usr/local/include/wx-2.6 -D__WIN95__ -D__WXMSW__ -Iwxc/include
wxc/src/image.cpp:124:2: warning: no newline at end of file
g++ -c wxc/src/apppath.cpp -o
out/wxc/apppath.o -MD -IC:/cygwin/usr/local/include -IC:/cygwin/usr/local/lib/wx/include/msw-ansi-release-static-2.6 -IC
:/cygwin/usr/local/include/wx-2.6 -D__WIN95__ -D__WXMSW__ -Iwxc/include
wxc/src/apppath.cpp:114:2: warning: no newline at end of file
g++ -c wxc/src/db.cpp -o
out/wxc/db.o -MD -IC:/cygwin/usr/local/include -IC:/cygwin/usr/local/lib/wx/include/msw-ansi-release-static-2.6 -IC:/cyg
win/usr/local/include/wx-2.6 -D__WIN95__ -D__WXMSW__ -Iwxc/include
wxc/src/db.cpp: In function `int wxDbColInf_GetColumnSize(wxDbColInf*)':
wxc/src/db.cpp:1035: `class wxDbColInf' has no member named `columnSize'
wxc/src/db.cpp: In function `int wxDbColInf_GetBufferLength(wxDbColInf*)':
wxc/src/db.cpp:1044: `class wxDbColInf' has no member named `bufferLength'
wxc/src/db.cpp: In function `wxDbColInf* wxDb_GetResultColumns(wxDb*, int*)':
wxc/src/db.cpp:1158: `class wxDbColInf' has no member named `columnSize'
make: *** [out/wxc/db.o] Error 1
Hmm, not good -- it is
even my own code :-) An easy fix would be to disable the odbc
when building wxWidgets (./configure --disable-odbc).
However, I have build wxHaskell with odbc on Windows -- but I was using Visual C++ 6.0.
So, if you have visual studio, I recommend building it using the visual studio
project. It is all explained in the build guide. With wxHaskell, you would do:
> ./configure --with-msc [--wxc-libname=wxcd]
open the visual studio project wxc/wxc-2.x.dsw
build the dll
Anyways, I'll try to look into it -- it seems that the make commands for newer
wxWidgets is lagging behind (on Linux and MacOSX I normally build with odbc enabled).
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