stack install; ihaskell install?
compile disintegrate ghc-modi hkc maple-update momiji pretty stylish-haskell density ghc-mod hakaru hlint mh normalize simplify
ok. I burned everything to the ground, cloned the latest commit and followed the mac installation instructions. I can open an iHaskell notebook. \o/
:cddoesn't seem to support directory names with spaces. (If it's relevant, I'm on macOS.)
import IHaskell.Displayresults in the error:
<interactive>:1:1: error: Failed to load interface for ‘IHaskell.Display’
I'm having to supply the
options to my
stack build --fast command, in order to get around the
libmagic issue under MacOS X.
Aren't those two locations fairly standard search targets, for most build processes? Why am I having to provide them explicitly?
Hello, I'm trying to get through this tutorial for Haskell and Data Analysis but the author is using jupyter, which I never used before, so I had to install that plus the IHaskell thing so I have the option in jupyter to do a Haskell notebook but it's not working for me. I don't get any options of a Haskell notebook, and am having a LOT of difficulty with getting my dev environment set up to get this working. I am unable to get it to work right in either my Linux computer or my MBP and am having a lot of difficulty (was stuck for three days unable to get anywhere with it). Can somebody help me please?
I followed these intructions for installing jupyter here (and that seemed to work): https://jupyter.readthedocs.io/en/latest/install.html
Then I tried doing this part to get IHaskell installed: https://github.com/gibiansky/IHaskell but that did not work for me. It failed at this step where you install this
pip3 install -r requirements.txt
and here's the results of that: https://pastebin.com/KMj3RsxB
I can now run jupyter notebook (or ipython notebook) but I get no options for creating a Haskell notebook, only Python.
Help me PLEASE!
requirements.txtpart, and then went on to install it using haskell stack (which I also have). So then the final problem was that with stack, it needs the enrivonment variable path thing sorted. Which again, finally got that sorted.
import Text.CSV, it did not work for me.
%load_ext latexdoesn't work either
ihaskellor something and also a mail address that comes with it ...