Commit 0c33b2c6 authored by sof's avatar sof
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[project @ 1997-03-24 06:53:05 by sof]

2.02 updates
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% Version 2.02
% Feb 1997
\begin{onlystandalone}
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This guide is intended for people who want to install or modify
programs from the Glasgow @fptools@ suite (as distinct from those
who merely want to {\em run} them.
who merely want to {\em run} them).
The whole install-and-make system has been completely re-done
between GHC 2.01 and 2.02, so it will be worth your while to re-read this guide
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Perl~5 is the current version; GHC should be Perl~4 friendly though.
For Win32 platforms, Perl~5 is recommended, we even strongly suggest
you pick up our quick-and-dirty port of Perl~5, as the common
you pick up a port of Perl~5 for \tr{cygwin32}, as the common
Hip/ActiveWare port of Perl is not Cool Enough for our purposes.
Perl should be put somewhere so that it can be invoked by the \tr{#!}
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Two @fptools@ projects are worth a quick note at this point, because
they are useful for all the others:
\begin{itemize}
\item @glafp-utils@ contains several small utilities
which aren't particularly Glasgow-ish, but which are sometimes not
available on Unix systems.
\item @glafp-utils@ contains several utilities which aren't
particularly Glasgow-ish, but Occasionally Indispensable.
\item @literate@ contains the Glasgow-built tools for generating
documentation. (The unoriginal idea is to be able to generate @latex@, @info@,
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\end{itemize}
All the other directories are individual {\em projects} of the
@fptools@ system --- for example, the Glasgow Haskell Compiler (@ghc@),
the Happy parser generator (@happy@), the @nofib@ benchmark stuite,
the Happy parser generator (@happy@), the @nofib@ benchmark suite,
and so on.
You can have zero or more of these. Needless to say, some of them
are needed to build others. For example, you need @happy@ to build
@ghc@. You can either grab @happy@ too, or else you can use
an version of @happy@ that's already installed on your system, or
a version of @happy@ that's already installed on your system, or
grab a binary distribution of @happy@ and install it.
The important thing to remember is that even if you want only
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