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Re: ghc6-6.12.1 is out

Joachim Breitner <nomeata@debian.org> writes:
> as can be seen on http://haskell.org/ghc/index.html, ghc6-6.12 is out,
> so we should think about how we want to tackle that upgrade. Some open
> questions are:

Ian Lynagh wrote:

> * Dynamic linking is now supported on Linux [...]
> * Shared libraries are now supported on x86 and x86_64 Linux.

I assume that since we support other kernels (i.e. kFreeBSD) and other
architectures, dynamic linking is still a no-go?

Is it worthwhile to enable dynamic linking by default on i386 and amd64,
while leaving everything else (e.g. kfreebsd-i386 and sparc) statically

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