On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 10:11 AM, Ian Lynagh <igloo@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
How to get it
The easy way is to go to the web page, which should be self-
We supply binary builds in the native package format for many
platforms, and the source distribution is available from the same
Packages will appear as they are built - if the package for your
system isn't available yet, please try again later.
I'm on OSX and I currently have ghc-6.6.1 and ghc-6.8.3 (installed
from a pkg). I would like to add ghc-6.10.1 to my system. I tried to
do this with RC1 of 6.10, but I found that it uninstalled my
What will I need to do to get both 6.8.3 and 6.10.1?
Are you sure it does deinstall the 6.8 compiler? Or does it just
overwrite the symbolic links in /usr/bin? To check, have a look at
After installing 6.10, there should be a 608/ and a 610/ directory.
This certainly happens on my Mac and I am not aware of an option to
change that behaviour.
And while we are at it...a BIG FAT WARNING:
If you installed the 6.10.200081007 pre-release installer package,
uninstall that *before* installing the 6.10.1 package.
For reasons, I don't understand, the installer otherwise half removes
the old package, but doesn't seem to install the new one. Can a Mac
expert shed any light on that behaviour?
If you tried installing 6.10.1 before reading that, just remove the
partial installation you are left with, and install again.
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