Just a quick note on some recent progress on the wxHaskell
1. Brian Lewis has joined the wxHaskell team. I think this will make it
easier for the wxHaskell crew to complete this work.
2. The work on wxdirect is now on hackage, so those of you who want to
try out the new wxcore have on less hoop to jump through (it should
just get picked up automatically when you cabal install in the wxcore
3. We're still waiting on the Windows situation to improve before
merging the work into the darcs repository
4. The below looks like promising progress...
On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 20:17:41 -0500, Brian Lewis wrote:
> The Windows version of wx-config was giving us some seemingly unhelpful
> flags, so I changed parseWxConfig in Setup.hs to ignore everything
> except -L, -l, -I, and -D. This did not seem to harm anything in Linux.
> Then I ran
> cabal install
> There were lots of worrisome warnings, but wxcore did seem to install.
Jeremy: do you think maybe we can start from here?
Brian: is there any way we can avoid having to pass those include dirs
Eric Kow <http://www.nltg.brighton.ac.uk/home/Eric.Kow>
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From: Brian Lewis <brian@lo...> - 2009-09-28 06:30:17
On Saturday, 26.09.09 at 06:59, Eric Y. Kow wrote:
> > cabal install
> > --extra-include-dirs=/c/brian/tools/ghc-6.10.4/include/mingw/c++/3.4.5
> > --extra-include-dirs=/c/brian/tools/ghc-6.10.4/include/mingw/c++/3.4.5/mingw32/
> > --extra-include-dirs=/c/SourceCode/Libraries/wxWidgets2.8/contrib/include/
> Brian: is there any way we can avoid having to pass those include dirs
> by hand?
I hope so. I will work on this. Thanks.