Eric Kow <eric.kow@...> writes:

> >    PATH: (add these)

> So by rights, as far as building wxHaskell and wxHaskell apps is concerned
(sandbox or no), we need
> “only” really set the WXWIN and WXCFG environment variables.  I forget
what exactly for, partly to
> grab the complicated set of compiler flags needed to import and link
against the wxWidgets libraries.

OK, so the last component which gets added to the path:
That looks like something which really shouldn't be there, what exactly is
it used for? Also, is WXWIN used during the build process, as well as when
updating the path?

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