I still get the "undefined reference" errors.
It is likely there is some combination of other mistakes as well
then. Other responses have made suggestions of fixes you require in
the C++ code for instance. You will need those as well.
I did eventually get ghc to compile
Main.hs by putting the -c and -cpp flags after "--make Main.hs".
Then it produces a Main.o file which (even with +x permissions on my
box) will not run. I just get the message "cannot run binary file",
The file Main.o is just an object file, not a complete executable. It
still needs to be linked against some other (Haskell or C/C++) object
files and libraries, and the Haskell runtime system, to form an
executable that can be run. ghc is capable of doing all the linking,
ghc -o myProg Main.o slirm.o -package base -package foo
However, if you are unsure of which Haskell packages are needed, it is
wise to let ghc work out the dependencies for you, e.g. with
ghc --make Main.hs slirm.o
It cannot work out the C/C++ dependencies though, so every time you
get "undefined reference" linking errors, you must discover which C
code provides those symbols, and add its object file to the
commandline by hand.
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