As part of the building process, build-turbinado copies dist/build/trturbinado/trturbinado
as ~/bin. Now, I'm guessing it assumes ~/bin is a directory that is likely to be in my path (that's why it's a good decision to copy trturbinado there), but actually, that directory does not exist in my $HOME. As a result, I get an executable file called "bin".
This is never mentioned in the installation guide. A simple mkdir -p ~/bin/ before the cp in
build-turbinado would solve that for the time being.
Nonetheless, I insist in that an installation process that relies on cabal only would be really appreciated.