From: Dean Herington <heringtonlacey@mi...> - 2007-06-30 03:22:25
>Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2007 20:19:50 -0400
>To: Jens Fisseler <Jens.Fisseler@...>
>From: Dean Herington <heringtonlacey@...>
>Subject: Re: [Haskell-cafe] avoiding command window with wxHaskell on Windows?
>Cc: haskell-cafe@..., wxhaskell-users@...
>At 10:10 PM +0200 6/23/07, Jens Fisseler wrote:
>>On Sat, 23 Jun 2007, Dean Herington wrote:
>>> But if I double-click the .exe file, I get a command window that
>>> (but doesn't appear to do anything, fortunately) until the
>>> How can I avoid this command window?
>>With gtk2hs, using "-optl-mwindows" as a command line option for GHC lets
>>me get rid of this window. Perhaps it will do the same for wxHaskell?
>Yes, that did the trick! Thanks a lot!
But now I've discovered that using "-optl-mwindows" creates a program
that doesn't work when invoked from a command line. Is there any way
to create a program that can work when invoked either from a command
line or through double-clicking?