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Haskell Cabal services for Mac OS X
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cabal-macosx: Cabal hooks for Mac OSX ===================================== This package provides a Cabal post-build hook for building application bundles for GUIs on Mac OSX. It also includes a standalone command line utility (macosx-app) for wrapping one-off GUIs that do not use Cabal. Under Mac OSX, graphical applications require certain infrastructure in order to run properly: you can't just build an executable and run it (as on Linux, say), but must instead wrap it up in an application bundle, which is a directory having certain structure and marked as an app using a particular tool. This package provides Cabal post-build hook infrastructure for creating such bundles automatically, optionally including icons, other resources, and even local copies of shared libraries (for building apps which may be distributed standalone). The command line version only provides basic functionality at the moment. It takes a single argument, the path to an executable, and produces an application bundle in the current working directory. -- This code was branched from http://code.haskell.org/GenI/Setup.hs and http://email@example.com/msg00701.html The package is extensively documented, including internally. If you're interested in modifying it, you may want to runghc Setup haddock --hyperlink-source --internal to produce full internal documentation. -- Andy Gimblett 2010.02.16