Compiled software can not read UTF-8 characters using readFile when run via Upstart
Honestly I dont know if this is a problem with Upstart or ghc.
I'm Using Ubuntu 14
Create a software that reads from a file containing UTF-8 characters. Compile the program. Running the program from the terminal works but not if you run it via Upstart. It will crash with the following error: "hGetContents: invalid argument (invalid byte sequence)"
Minimal Example: Main.hs:
module Main where main :: IO () main = readFile "ex.txt" >>= putStr
Place ex.txt and the compiled program "Comp" in the same directory "/the/path/"
start on runlevel  stop on runlevel [^2345] chdir /the/path/ exec ./Comp
If you run ./Comp from the terminal it works. But if you run "sudo service bug-test start" and then check "/var/log/upstart/bug-test.log" you will see that it has crashed.