problem compiling browser server

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hamilyon
2011-09-17
2012-12-06
  • hamilyon

    hamilyon - 2011-09-17

    At eclipse startup i get following:

    [11 of 19] Compiling Scion.Browser.Util ( src/Scion/Browser/Util.hs, dist/build/Scion/Browser/Util.o )
    src/Scion/Browser/Util.hs:30:36:
        Couldn't match expected type `CreateProcess'
                    with actual type `Bool -> CreateProcess'
        In the first argument of `createProcess', namely `cproc'
        In a stmt of a 'do' block: (_, _, _, h) <- createProcess cproc
        In the expression:
          do { let cproc
                     = CreateProcess
                         (RawCommand exe args)
                         (Just tmp)
                         Nothing
                         Inherit
                         (if showOutput then Inherit else CreatePipe)
                         (if showOutput then Inherit else CreatePipe)
                         True;
               (_, _, _, h) <- createProcess cproc;
               waitForProcess h }
    cabal: Error: some packages failed to install:
    scion-browser-0.1 failed during the building phase. The exception was:
    ExitFailure 1
    

    $ ghc -V
    The Glorious Glasgow Haskell Compilation System, version 7.2.1
    $ cabal -V
    cabal-install version 0.10.2
    using version 1.10.1.0 of the Cabal library

     
  • hamilyon

    hamilyon - 2011-09-22

    Any kind of clue will be helpful, I am still stuck with this.

     
  • JP Moresmau

    JP Moresmau - 2011-09-22

    We didn't guarantee 7.2 compatibility, we ensure compatibility with the latest Haskell platform. Inside the .metadata/plugins/net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.browser/scion-browser-0.1 folder you'll find the extracted source. You can fix it so that it compiles with 7.2.1 and restart EclipseFP, which will take the compilation where it left off. We may look at being 7.2.1 compatible for the next release, but I make no promises.

     

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