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Support for OS X in Haskell OpenGL packages #227

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aristidb opened this Issue Dec 23, 2012 · 5 comments

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aristidb commented Dec 23, 2012

The Haskell OpenGL currently depend on Mesa and libX11 and some other Linux libraries, which do not build on OS X.

(Related but not equivalent to #219.)

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peti commented Jan 28, 2013

I would like to remedy this issue, but I don't have access to Mac OS X. Can someone who does maybe provide me with (temporary) SSH access to such a machine so that I can investigate what is going wrong?

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aristidb commented Jan 28, 2013

Please send me your public SSH key to aristidb@gmail.com and I can arrange
that, I think.

2013/1/28 Peter Simons notifications@github.com

I would like to remedy this issue, but I don't have access to Mac OS X.
Can someone who does maybe provide me with (temporary) SSH access to such a
machine so that I can investigate what is going wrong?


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/NixOS/nixpkgs/issues/227#issuecomment-12789809.

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peti commented Jan 28, 2013

The issue has been fixed by commits e460a3f, c924e05, 4a3904f, and 07cdc02. OpenGL-related application now build fine on MacOS X -- including the Haskell Platform.

Thanks a lot to aristidb for helping to figure this out!

@peti peti closed this Jan 28, 2013

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aristidb commented Jan 28, 2013

Thanks a lot, Peter! Now I can use the whole Haskell Platform on OS X using Nix. \o/

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vcunat commented Jan 28, 2013

nice (I don't plan to use a Mac, but still)

@edolstra edolstra pushed a commit to edolstra/nixpkgs that referenced this issue Oct 1, 2013

@peti peti Merge pull request #227 from offlinehacker/modules.statsd
Add statsd, simple daemon for easy stats aggregation
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