Hi Michael,

On 13 Mar 2012, at 20:51, Paul-Michael Sorhaindo wrote:
> I've been trying to install the latest package of wxcore which I believe is 
> I have taken several steps to try and get it to install here is my current 
> situation.
> I'm running Debian's wheezy.
> I have wxWidgets-2.9.3. built from source.

I'm afraid my efforts have been focused on MacOS X.
You'd contacted me on twitter, mentioning my branch, so I assumed you were on 
Mac too :-)

> So after reading a blog post, I think it was your own talking about Debian 
> and wxHaskell. I decided to use the repository on darcsden.

Presumably, you're referring to
* http://darcsden.com/kowey/wxhaskell-osx64-dave

I don't recommend using my work, as it's really Mac specific.

Maybe try Dave or Jeremy's branches instead.  It's possible one of my changes 
is not portable to Linux.
* http://darcsden.com/DukeDave/wxhaskell-dev
* http://darcsden.com/jodonoghue/wxhaskell-wx29-jod

Sorry for the proliferation of branches. There's been quite a few lines of 
development lately.  Hopefully over time we will be able to merge these back 
all into mainline.

> src/cpp/ewxw_main.cpp:112:3:
>     error: ‘wxPendingEvents’ was not declared in this scope
> src/cpp/ewxw_main.cpp: In function ‘void ELJApp_initialize(void*, 
> AppInitFunc, int, void*)’:
> src/cpp/ewxw_main.cpp:123:3:
>     error: ‘wxPendingEvents’ was not declared in this scope
> cabal: Error: some packages failed to install:

I seem to remember that Dave's branch disables the use of wxPendingEvents 
outside of Windows.
(but then, so should mine)

Eric Kow <http://erickow.com>

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