Windows Install Makes Unnecessary/Incorrect PATH Changes
I installed haskell 7.10.3 (32-bit) under Windows XP SP3 into a folder on my L: drive. However, the installation process added a number of non-existent directories to my PATH variables:
User environment variable PATH:
C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data\cabal\bin
System environment variable PATH:
If these directories need to be in the PATH variables, they should be created by the installer and, if so, since I installed haskell to my L: drive, surely these should be created on my L: drive (or the user should be prompted for their location)?