Commit 5f1f78c9 authored by simonpj's avatar simonpj
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[project @ 2003-04-14 13:36:04 by simonpj]

Guidance about tags on windows
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<sect2><Title>Cygwin and MinGW</Title>
<sect2 id="cygwin-and-mingw"><Title>Cygwin and MinGW</Title>
<para> The Windows situation for building GHC is rather confusing. This section
tries to clarify, and to establish terminology.</para>
......@@ -4335,7 +4335,8 @@ Happy is a parser generator used to compile the Haskell grammar. Add it in your
<para>GHC uses the <emphasis>mingw</emphasis> C compiler to
generate code, so you have to install that. Just pick up a mingw bundle at
generate code, so you have to install that (see <xref linkend="cygwin-and-mingw">).
Just pick up a mingw bundle at
<ulink url=""></ulink>.
We install it in <filename>c:/mingw</filename>.
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<para>We use <command>emacs</command> a lot, so we install that too.
When you are in <filename>fptools/ghc/compiler</filename>, you can use
"<literal>make tags</literal>" to make a TAGS file for emacs. That uses the utility
<filename>fptools/ghc/utils/hasktags/hasktags</filename>, so you need to make that first.
The most convenient way to do this is by going <literal>make boot</literal> in <filename>fptools/ghc</filename>.
The <literal>make tags</literal> command also uses <command>etags</command>, which comes with <command>emacs</command>,
so you will need to add <filename>emacs/bin</filename> to your <literal>PATH</literal>.
<para> Finally, check out a copy of GHC sources from
the CVS repository, following the instructions above (<xref linkend="cvs-access">).
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