warning -F: directory name (/Users/me/Library/Frameworks) does not exist
mac osx 10.4.11(intel), ghc 6.8.2 installed from ghc-6.8.2-i386-apple-darwin.tar.bz2
When I try to compile programs, I get this warning:
$ ghc -o simple Main.hs PutJSON.hs SimpleJSON.hs compilation IS NOT required /usr/libexec/gcc/i686-apple-darwin8/4.0.1/ld: warning -F: directory name (/Users/autie/Library/Frameworks) does not exist
This is how I installed ghc:
- I downloaded GMP.framework and GNUreadline.framework, which my mac automatically unzipped and placed on my desktop. I then dragged the resulting two folders into /Library/Frameworks as per the instructions at:
I downloaded ghc-6.8.2-i386-apple-darwin.tar.bz2
I unzipped an untared into /Users/me/my_tar_extractions
I cd'ed into the newly created ghc-6.8.2 folder.
I read the INSTALL document in the ghc-6.8.2 folder.
I ran the command:
- Then I ran the command:
$ sudo make install
- At the end of the install output, I got a message that said:
------------- Installation of ghc-6.8.2 was successful. To use, add /usr/local/bin to your PATH. Warning: this binary distribution does NOT contain documentation! --------------
- I appended /usr/local/bin onto the PATH in ~/.bash_profile.
This is what INSTALL from step 5 says:
This is the INSTALL instructions for a binary distribution of GHC. For more details on what on earth this package is up to, please consult the README and ANNOUNCE. This distribution can be installed in a location of your choosing. To set the ball rolling, run the configure script (as usual, run the script with --help to see what options it supports). eg. to set up the package for installing in directory <my-dir>, use ./configure --prefix=<my-dir> The default installation directory is /usr/local. The configure script will figure out what platform you're running on, and a couple of other interesting pieces of trivia, which it will then fill in the Makefile.in template to give you a real Makefile. If you're of a paranoid persuasion, you might want to take a look at this Makefile to see if the information is correct. Now run: make install (`make show-install-setup' prints the details of where the different pieces of the bundle are heading when -- possibly helpful). For more information, full GHC documentation is available from the main GHC site: http://www.haskell.org/ghc Bug reports/suggestions for improvement to the installation procedure/setup (as well as other GHC related troubles you're experiencing, of course), gratefully received. Bug reporting instructions are here: http://www.haskell.org/ghc/reportabug Enjoy, -- The GHC Team.