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#8125 fixed iOS patch no 17: Add .a suffix onto libraries that take the place of executables Austin Seipp <aseipp@…> StephenBlackheath

When we cross-compile to iOS we want to generate .a files in place of executables. These .a files are linked by hand into an Xcode project. This patch adds the correct .a extension onto the end of the output file name.

#8126 fixed iOS patch no 18: Fix Stage1Only so it doesn't build ghctags Austin Seipp <aseipp@…> StephenBlackheath

Without this patch, the build breaks when Stage1Only = YES is set in mk/, because it tries to use the non-existent stage 2 compiler to build ghctags.

I am not 100% sure this is correct but it seems so and it works.

#1629 wontfix Upgrade regex-base,compat,posix with GHC 6.8 Chris Kuklewicz <haskell@…> Chris Kuklewicz <haskell@…>

Since GHC is upgrading to 6.8 immanently I wanted to request updating the regex-* packages that it comes with. I hope this is a good location for such a request.

There benefits of the new regex-base:

  • The RegexMaker class has additional monadic versions which use fail to report errors. This is a vast improvement on having to go to a much lower level to handle errors.
  • Some RegexContext instances have been altered to use newtypes. This removes the potential overlaps and allows Hugs to compile the same code as GHC (which only detects overlaps lazily).
  • The latest regex-* packages (such as regex-pcre) expect the new regex-base and will be easier for users to install.

The new versions are under and are currently:

regex-base: 0.91 regex-compat: 0.90 regex-posix: 0.92

I have not been personally following the ghc development branch, but I think they should either already compile or be easy to adapt to the new version.

Is there anything I should do to help support this upgrade?

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