Skip to content

cp dist/build/trturbinado/trturbinado ~/bin creates an executable file called ~/bin #3

ghost opened this Issue Nov 16, 2009 · 0 comments

0 participants

ghost commented Nov 16, 2009

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.

Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Already have an account? Sign in to comment
Something went wrong with that request. Please try again.