Andrew Coppin wrote:
Henning Thielemann wrote:
As said, the IDE Leksah can display code exactly like this ...
I noticed the first time. Clearly this is another toy I'm going to
have to try out sometime...
...and then he discovers that Darcs isn't working any more. :-(
I've recently reinstalled Windows, so I decided to go download the
latest Darcs and set that up. Now it's complaining that I don't have
curl or wget. (Never used to do that before.) The WindowsConfiguration
file doesn't mention anything about it. [And the link back to the Darcs
wiki is 404 by the way. "darcs.net" rather than "wiki.darcs.net". Nice
touch...] Presumably this change is new in Darcs 2. I don't recall
seeing anything about it when I read the announcement, and I'm now
searching the wiki and I still don't see anything about it.
Presumably I just need to discover a Windows binary for wget and put it
in my search path somewhere? Would be nice if this were documented...
Darcs used to just work by itself without any additional tools.
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