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 Re: [wxhaskell-users] drawPolygon From: Eric Y. Kow - 2007-07-31 19:44:36 Attachments: Message as HTML     Message as HTML
 [wxhaskell-users] drawPolygon From: Daniel J Birkinshaw - 2007-07-31 19:31:08 ```Hi, I'm confused about how drawPolygon works; or rather in my case doesn't. I can draw a triangle (Polygon [pt 50 175, pt 100 0, pt 0 0]) but the points have to be in that exact order or it won't work. Furthermore if I try to translate all the points by, for example, 10i+10j when I draw it not all the points have been translated. See here for what I mean: http://omploader.org/vMTdu with the code listing here if you want it: http://hpaste.org/1998 Thanks, Daniel ```
 [wxhaskell-users] (no subject) From: Sarah Compton - 2007-07-30 17:29:50 Attachments: File.pdf
 [wxhaskell-users] (no subject) From: Pazian - 2007-07-30 09:19:42 Attachments: wallstreet_new-6753240034.pdf
 Re: [wxhaskell-users] pinging wxhaskell... From: Neil Mitchell - 2007-07-24 09:06:12 ```Hi > Yes, I'm Windows developper and I put a few version of Windows installer > on my project( Kamiariduki)'s file space. > > But ... there is a problem. > First, it's not official release. Why not? Can't this be promoted to the "official windows version"? It seems the problem I've been complaining about has been solved modulo alpha renaming! Thanks Neil ```
 Re: [wxhaskell-users] pinging wxhaskell... From: Eric Y. Kow - 2007-07-24 04:57:56 Attachments: Message as HTML ```Hi, On Tue, Jul 24, 2007 at 09:39:21 +0900, shelarcy wrote: > Some people try to build wxHaskell, but sadly this is not easy task. > Because wxHaskell site's Building Guide is out of date. > Okay, we have another imformation on Haskell.org, but this is not > easy to reach there. We have full control of the wxhaskell homepage (it's in the darcs repo), so couldn't we at least update the official build instructions? Cheers, --=20 Eric Kow http://www.loria.fr/~kow PGP Key ID: 08AC04F9 Merci de corriger mon fran=E7ais. ```
 Re: [wxhaskell-users] pinging wxhaskell... From: shelarcy - 2007-07-24 00:38:52 ```Hello Eric, On Mon, 23 Jul 2007 04:46:00 +0900, Eric Y. Kow wrote: >>> * Produce suitable binary packages for whatever targets we can get >>> maintainers for, compatible with up-to-date versions of both GHC and >>> wxWidgets. > > Uhh.... > >>> * Improve samples and documentation. > > I think we'd better ditch this objective and just focus on getting this > thing out the door, imperfect as it may be. > >> I'm guessing that the job of producing a Windows installer is fairly >> easy, given the right build setup. Is there no Windows wxHaskell >> developer who is in a position to do this? > > I think Shelarchy might be our Windows guy. Any comments, Shelarchy? Yes, I'm Windows developper and I put a few version of Windows installer on my project( Kamiariduki)'s file space. http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=168626 But ... there is a problem. First, it's not official release. People search binary file for wxHaskell's website first, and if they don't get any imformation that, many of probabry give up to use wxHaskell. Some people try to build wxHaskell, but sadly this is not easy task. Because wxHaskell site's Building Guide is out of date. Okay, we have another imformation on Haskell.org, but this is not easy to reach there. http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/WxHaskell/Install Some people reached unofficial release fortunately. (This is very difficult. Because there is no link from official pages.) But it's just unofficial release, so they can't expected to get binary as soon as new GHC is released or solving building problem (if that is occur). SourceForge don't accept same name. So I don't want to put new binary, if anyone donesn't say problem. I want to hold name to use more better patched version (e.g. version of supporting more wxWidgets' feature). I think unofficial release must make good the shortage for official release, not release constantly instead of releasing official one. Best Regards, -- shelarcy http://page.freett.com/shelarcy/ ```
 Re: [wxhaskell-users] pinging wxhaskell... From: Eric Y. Kow - 2007-07-22 19:46:05 Attachments: Message as HTML ```Hey Neil, On Sun, Jul 22, 2007 at 20:32:28 +0100, Neil Mitchell wrote: > I just want to make it clear than I appreciate the work that has been > done with wxHaskell, and indeed, it was the first Haskell GUI I > started using. Yep! I didn't feel any acrimony in your mail. Was forwarding it because I thought it was a useful remark and we needed the poke :-) > I have no particular desire for wxHaskell to be extended, but because > every successive version of GHC is incompatible with the binaries, it > is essential (in my opinion) that each GHC release has a corresponding > wxHaskell Windows binary. Indeed. In Jeremy's 'Reviving wxHaskell' mail, we had fixed some modest objectives, which were >> * Patches to ensure that wxHaskell compiles against latest wxWidgets >> versions on Mac, Linux and Windows (exists today) =20 Well, we got that working for wxWidgets 2.6, but this is a moving target and now it no longer compiles with 2.8. There is a hack floating around on the net which consists of using 2.4 compatibility and telling wxhaskell that really it's compiling against 2.4. Not sure that's the right way to go about it though. Alas, we are moving more slowly than our target. >> * Add Eric Kow's Unicode patches (exist today) Check. Unfortunately, I have not been able to back this up with any rigourous testing. Just a little demo program in the samples directory. >> * Produce suitable binary packages for whatever targets we can get=20 >> maintainers for, compatible with up-to-date versions of both GHC and >> wxWidgets. Uhh.... >> * Improve samples and documentation. I think we'd better ditch this objective and just focus on getting this thing out the door, imperfect as it may be. > I'm guessing that the job of producing a Windows installer is fairly > easy, given the right build setup. Is there no Windows wxHaskell > developer who is in a position to do this? I think Shelarchy might be our Windows guy. Any comments, Shelarchy? --=20 Eric Kow http://www.loria.fr/~kow PGP Key ID: 08AC04F9 Merci de corriger mon fran=E7ais. ```
 Re: [wxhaskell-users] pinging wxhaskell... From: Neil Mitchell - 2007-07-22 19:32:29 ```Hi Eric, > Just forwarding a comment from Neil on Haskell Caf=E9. He has expressed = a > similar sentiment on #haskell a long time ago (which I think I have > relayed as well). I just want to make it clear than I appreciate the work that has been done with wxHaskell, and indeed, it was the first Haskell GUI I started using. I have no particular desire for wxHaskell to be extended, but because every successive version of GHC is incompatible with the binaries, it is essential (in my opinion) that each GHC release has a corresponding wxHaskell Windows binary. I'm guessing that the job of producing a Windows installer is fairly easy, given the right build setup. Is there no Windows wxHaskell developer who is in a position to do this? Thanks Neil > > For the record, my participation in this project consists of reviewing > incoming patches (if nobody else does), and pushing them to darcs. To > be honest, I'm stretched too thin for even this meager job. Luckily, > there have not been any patches for a while :-/. > > That said, I think wxhaskell is really handy. I like having a native > GUI on every major platform (may not be perfect, but is a good > compromise) and I like the relatively high level library. So it would > be *really* nice to keep this project alive. I'll bet other users on > this list agree with this sentiment. > > Jeremy and friends: anybody still have time to be working on this? And > wxhaskell-users, are any of you willing to step up and take over the > patch review job? > > Thanks! > > Neil Mitchell said: > > Hi Bulat, > > > > > can anyone provide wxHaskell already compiled/compilable with ghc 6.6= .1 on > > > Windows? > > > > This is precisely the reason I switched to Gtk2Hs - Duncan provides > > Windows installers as each new GHC release comes out. If wxHaskell > > wants to stand any chance as an alternative GUI framework there really > > _must_ be Windows binaries released concurrently with GHC versions... > > > > Thanks > > > > Neil > > -- > Eric Kow http://www.loria.fr/~kow > PGP Key ID: 08AC04F9 Merci de corriger mon fran=E7ais. > > ```
 [wxhaskell-users] pinging wxhaskell... From: Eric Y. Kow - 2007-07-22 19:23:20 Attachments: Message as HTML ```Hi wxhaskellers, Just forwarding a comment from Neil on Haskell Caf=E9. He has expressed a similar sentiment on #haskell a long time ago (which I think I have relayed as well). For the record, my participation in this project consists of reviewing incoming patches (if nobody else does), and pushing them to darcs. To be honest, I'm stretched too thin for even this meager job. Luckily, there have not been any patches for a while :-/. That said, I think wxhaskell is really handy. I like having a native GUI on every major platform (may not be perfect, but is a good compromise) and I like the relatively high level library. So it would be *really* nice to keep this project alive. I'll bet other users on this list agree with this sentiment. Jeremy and friends: anybody still have time to be working on this? And wxhaskell-users, are any of you willing to step up and take over the patch review job? Thanks! Neil Mitchell said: > Hi Bulat, >=20 > > can anyone provide wxHaskell already compiled/compilable with ghc 6.6.1= on > > Windows? >=20 > This is precisely the reason I switched to Gtk2Hs - Duncan provides > Windows installers as each new GHC release comes out. If wxHaskell > wants to stand any chance as an alternative GUI framework there really > _must_ be Windows binaries released concurrently with GHC versions... >=20 > Thanks >=20 > Neil --=20 Eric Kow http://www.loria.fr/~kow PGP Key ID: 08AC04F9 Merci de corriger mon fran=E7ais. ```
 Re: [wxhaskell-users] wxHaskell doesnt show windows correctly From: Eric Y. Kow - 2007-07-18 00:34:51 Attachments: Message as HTML ```On Wed, Jul 18, 2007 at 00:52:40 +0200, Patrick Scheibe wrote: > after compiling the darcs version, wxHaskell seemed to work. > But something is wrong with the fonts. I don't see any menu entries=20 > but they seem to be there because I can click on them and they pop > open. The title bar of the wx windows only show the first letter of the > full name. For instance the bouncing ball demo works fine except that I > don't see any text (ok.. the "B" in the title bar). Sounds like it's Unicode-related. The darcs version of wxhaskell wants a unicode-enabled wxWidgets underneath. Sorry! I wasn't thinking about that when I suggested the upgrade. --=20 Eric Kow http://www.loria.fr/~kow PGP Key ID: 08AC04F9 Merci de corriger mon fran=E7ais. ```
 [wxhaskell-users] wxHaskell doesnt show windows correctly From: Patrick Scheibe - 2007-07-17 22:53:01 ```Hi again, after compiling the darcs version, wxHaskell seemed to work. But something is wrong with the fonts. I don't see any menu entries but they seem to be there because I can click on them and they pop open. The title bar of the wx windows only show the first letter of the full name. For instance the bouncing ball demo works fine except that I don't see any text (ok.. the "B" in the title bar). Can anyone figure out where this comes from? The ghc compiles without warning or error. I compiled successfully the treectrl.cpp from wxwindows and it looked fine. It looked as fine as my gimp which uses the gtk. Is there anything more I can do? Cheers Patrick ```
 [wxhaskell-users] wxHaskell doesnt show windows correctly From: Patrick Scheibe - 2007-07-17 22:52:53 ```Hi again, after compiling the darcs version, wxHaskell seemed to work. But something is wrong with the fonts. I don't see any menu entries but they seem to be there because I can click on them and they pop open. The title bar of the wx windows only show the first letter of the full name. For instance the bouncing ball demo works fine except that I don't see any text (ok.. the "B" in the title bar). Can anyone figure out where this comes from? The ghc compiles without warning or error. I compiled successfully the treectrl.cpp from wxwindows and it looked fine. It looked as fine as my gimp which uses the gtk. Is there anything more I can do? Cheers Patrick ```
 Re: [wxhaskell-users] Compile error Types.hi bad interface file From: Eric Y. Kow - 2007-07-17 16:49:45 Attachments: Message as HTML ```Hi Patrick, On Tue, Jul 17, 2007 at 16:05:25 +0200, Patrick Scheibe wrote: > since it seems that the list becomes more active again and since the > ICFP isn't far away I tried to compile my old sources. Unfortunately I > can't compile the wxHaskell source. I tried the zipped sources and the > cvs repo and got the same error message every time after several minutes > of compiling. This is the output of the cvs version: you'll want the darcs version darcs get http://darcs.haskell.org/wxhaskell --=20 Eric Kow http://www.loria.fr/~kow PGP Key ID: 08AC04F9 Merci de corriger mon fran=E7ais. ```
 [wxhaskell-users] Compile error Types.hi bad interface file From: Patrick Scheibe - 2007-07-17 14:05:57 ```Hi, since it seems that the list becomes more active again and since the ICFP isn't far away I tried to compile my old sources. Unfortunately I can't compile the wxHaskell source. I tried the zipped sources and the cvs repo and got the same error message every time after several minutes of compiling. This is the output of the cvs version: patrick@...:~/src/haskell/wxhaskell\$ ./configure --prefix=/home/patrick/build --with-opengl --hc=/home/patrick/build/bin/ghc --hcpkg=/home/patrick/build/bin/ghc-pkg checking system: wx-config found /home/patrick/build/bin/ghc found /home/patrick/build/bin/ghc-pkg found . . . configuration: library: wxhaskell-0.9.4 (release 0) compiler: ghc-6.6.1 wxwidgets: gtk-2.4.5 with openGL: yes library dir: /home/patrick/build/lib patrick@...:~/src/haskell/wxhaskell\$ make ... wx/src/Graphics/UI/WX/Types.hs:94:0: Bad interface file: out/wx/imports/Graphics/UI/WXCore/Types.hi Something is amiss; requested module wx:Graphics.UI.WXCore.Types differs from name found in the interface file wxcore:Graphics.UI.WXCore.Types make: *** [out/wx/imports/Graphics/UI/WX/Types.o] Error 1 Does anyone has a clue on this? Obviously I can provide as much information as you want about the system but I don't think it comes from the os. Cheers Patrick ```
 Re: [wxhaskell-users] (no subject) From: Law - 2007-07-17 04:27:48 Attachments: information.pdf
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