Re: haskelldb fails to build on debian-amd64
On Wed, Mar 15, 2006 at 04:35:01PM +0100, Roberto Pariset wrote:
> haskelldb is failing on amd64 and ghc could possibly have a part in this.
> I think you should be informed as well, sorry I didn't think to CC the
> other emails. I hope that in case there's something wrong with ghc6, maybe
> you can easily guess :) In particular, reading haskelldb changelod I
> noticed "Update dependencies for ghc6 6.4.1". Could it be something related
> to the last ghc6 uploads? However, could you please take a look below? Thanks,
Aha, ghc6 6.4.1-2 is registerised on amd64, but 6.4.1-1 isn't, and it
turns out the two are incompatible. You'll have to BinNMU any libraries
built with 6.4.1-1 (in this case haskell-hsql).
Sorry about that.
> -------- Messaggio Originale --------
> Bjorn Bringert ha scritto:
> > Roberto Pariset wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> haskelldb fails to build from source on debian-amd64, with a lot of
> >> errors
> >> like: " undefined reference to `stg_ap_p_ret' ", as shown at .
> >> I have to say I have never heard of haskell before, so I was wondering if
> >> you could give me any hint to fix it. A good starting point would be
> >> pointing me where stg_ap_p_ret is defined, as I haven't been able to find
> >> out (am I unable to use google?). All the best,
> >> Roberto
> >> PS. please include me in your replies, don't just mail the list!
> >> 
> >> http://amd64.ftbfs.de/fetch.php?&pkg=ghc6&ver=6.4.1-2&arch=amd64&stamp=1141531193&file=log&as=raw
> > Hi Roberto,
> > the log that you link to seems to be for the GHC build, not HaskellDB,
> > and it doesn't seem to contain the error messages that you mention. I
> > did find the HaskellDB log with the errors at:
> > http://amd64.ftbfs.de/fetch.php?&pkg=haskelldb&ver=0.9.cvs.601-9&arch=amd64&stamp=1142372938&file=log&as=raw
> > I think that the stg_ap_p_ret function belongs to the GHC run-time
> > system, but I don't know what would cause the linker to not find it.
> > /Björn (HaskellDB maintainer)
> Thanks a lot, Björn. I confirm I got the url wrong, sorry.
> Now, let's hope to hear some feedback from the GHC guys =)