I'm excited to see progress in ghci-friendliness! I installed wxWidgets-devel-2.9.3 via macports and then wxHaskell, and I get the following when trying to run a simple wxHaskell program in ghci:

Loading package wxc- ... can't load framework: QuickTime (dlopen(/System/Library/Frameworks/QuickTime.framework/QuickTime, 9): no suitable image found.  Did find:
    /System/Library/Frameworks/QuickTime.framework/QuickTime: no matching architecture in universal wrapper
    /System/Library/Frameworks/QuickTime.framework/QuickTime: no matching architecture in universal wrapper)

Any suggestions? I'm using Mac OS 10.6.8 and GHC-7.0.4 from the Haskell Platform.

-- Conal

On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 3:50 PM, Jeremy O'Donoghue <jeremy.odonoghue@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Haskellers,

I am delighted to announce the release of wxHaskell 0.90. This release represents a significant milestone for us as it includes support for wxWidgets 2.9.x.

The release is avalable from Hackage and as a darcs repo from http://code.haskell.org/wxhaskell. Build and installation instructions have been updated on the Haskell wiki at http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Wxhaskell.

Highlights of the new release:

There were many contributors to this release, the most notable being Dave Tapley (with the generous support of Mentics Inc.). Dave was responsible for the refactoring of wxc and PropertyGrid support. Eric Kow put in quite a bit of work with Kenny Frodo, Doaitse Swierstra and Alessandro Vermeulen on MacOS support. There were a couple of contributions from long-time wxHaskell contributor shelarcy, and bug reports, fixes and support from a larger community than I ever realised we had.

Support for wxWidgets 2.8.x will continue in a 'maintenance mode' continuing from the wxHaskell 0.13 codeline. If you continue to use the old codeline, please take note of the changes to the procedure to get the correct version for your needs. This is also documented at http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Wxhaskell.

Thanks to everyone involved.

Best regards


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