Thanks. Yes, turns out that I had a typo in /etc/launchd.conf, once that was fixed, it finds GHC :-)
From: JP Moresmau <jpmoresmau@gm...> - 2014-06-25 07:09:49
> Well if GHC is on the path in the shell, and EclipseFP doesn't autodetect,
> that seems to mean GHC is not on the path that EclipseFP sees. So when
> EclipseFP launches buildwrapper and cabal using the same environment, they
> can't find GHC either, which is consistent with the error you're getting.
> So I would doublecheck that the path set for the GUI is correct and taken
> into account.
I just upgraded everything, but can’t get eclipsefp working again (was fine with older versions eclipse, Mac OS X and ghc 7.6.3).
I create a new Haskell project (executable), but straight away, the following message is displayed in the console:
"The program 'ghc' version >=6.4 is required but it could not be found.”
From the shell, ghc is in the path, and everything seems fine.
When I try from the Menu: “Eclipse/Preferences/Haskell Implementations” then “Autodetect”, the list is blank. I have manually added an entry for ghc, and it displays “7.8.2” for the Version field.
Any help would be really appreciated, I’ve really found EclipseFP helpful in the past.