Make ghc (stage1) be compilable by non-GHC
|Reported by:||Isaac Dupree||Owned by:|
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Description (last modified by Isaac Dupree)
This depends a bit on the existence of a good-enough non-GHC compiler. Possibility to do recursively dependent modules (I think) presently rules out everything except JHC, which is not entirely working yet. Also pattern guards might need to be implemented in that compiler. Maybe for testing, a ghc that doesn't define GLASGOW_HASKELL (and doesn't use ghc-specific flags ?? possibly a wrapper script of some sort) could be used too.
See http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.haskell.cvs.ghc/20962 ... GHC also uses things like IORefs, (unsafeCoerce? only in stage2 I think) that everyone provides, but would still be good to document.
I'm working on this now, we'll see how far I get --Isaac
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comment:16 Changed 6 years ago by simonmar
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