On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 08:17:07AM -0700, Aaron Wolf wrote: > On 09/14/2016 08:13 AM, Bryan Richter wrote: > > On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 07:40:25AM -0700, Aaron Wolf wrote: > >> I can't run Snowdrift, I get: > >> > >> # stack (for .stack-work) > >> Snowdrift-0.1.4: unregistering (dependencies changed) > >> Error when running Shake build system: > >> * test > >> * .stack-work > >> Build system error - expected a file, got a directory: > >> Directory: .stack-work > >> Probably due to calling 'need' on a directory. Shake only permits 'need' > >> on files. > > > > Humph. > > > > I never merged the new tool, > > https://git.snowdrift.coop/sd/snowdrift/merge_requests/18, because it > > didn't seem fully baked. > > > > The solution to your problem is probably to run "stack build" before > > anything else. Coincidentally, that's one of the rough edges of the > > new tool, too, if my comment on the MR is to be believed. > > > > > > I did `stack clean` and then `rm -rf .stack-work/` then `stack build` > and when I ran `.sdb.hs test` I still got the Shake error. >
Oh, I see. Yes, I can confirm that. To be honest, my workflow has been the following: $ ./sdb.hs start $ source <(./sdb.hs env) $ <stack commands, or psql/database commands> Sourcing the output of "./sdb.hs env" sets up the environment so all following commands connect to the local database.
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