I'm excited to see progress in ghci-friendliness! I installed
wxWidgets-devel-2.9.3 via macports and then wxHaskell, and I get the
following when trying to run a simple wxHaskell program in ghci:

Loading package wxc- ... can't load framework: QuickTime
> (dlopen(/System/Library/Frameworks/QuickTime.framework/QuickTime, 9): no
> suitable image found.  Did find:
>     /System/Library/Frameworks/QuickTime.framework/QuickTime: no matching
> architecture in universal wrapper
>     /System/Library/Frameworks/QuickTime.framework/QuickTime: no matching
> architecture in universal wrapper)

Any suggestions? I'm using Mac OS 10.6.8 and GHC-7.0.4 from the Haskell

-- Conal

On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 3:50 PM, Jeremy O'Donoghue <
jeremy.odonog...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Haskellers,
> I am delighted to announce the release of wxHaskell 0.90. This release
> represents a significant milestone for us as it includes support for
> wxWidgets 2.9.x.
> The release is avalable from Hackage and as a darcs repo from
> http://code.haskell.org/wxhaskell. Build and installation instructions
> have been updated on the Haskell wiki at
> http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Wxhaskell.
> Highlights of the new release:
>    - Builds and runs cleanly on 64 bit platforms (particularly MacOS X
>    Lion).
>    - The wxWidgets C wrapper is now built as a DLL on all platforms.
>       - This is reported to enable meaningful use of wxHaskell in GHCi,
>       at least on OS X and Windows.
>       - It also theoretically allows wxc to be used independently of
>       wxHaskell as the basis of a wxWidgets wrapper for other programming
>       languages. Some D language hackers have expressed an interest in this.
>       - New controls:
>       - Styled Text Control (actually, this is reinstated as it was
>       'lost' a while back during cabalization)
>       - OpenGL support
>       - PropertyGrid control
>    - Many events added in anticipation of wrapping more controls in the
>    near future.
> There were many contributors to this release, the most notable being Dave
> Tapley (with the generous support of Mentics Inc.). Dave was responsible
> for the refactoring of wxc and PropertyGrid support. Eric Kow put in quite
> a bit of work with Kenny Frodo, Doaitse Swierstra and Alessandro Vermeulen
> on MacOS support. There were a couple of contributions from long-time
> wxHaskell contributor shelarcy, and bug reports, fixes and support from a
> larger community than I ever realised we had.
> Support for wxWidgets 2.8.x will continue in a 'maintenance mode'
> continuing from the wxHaskell 0.13 codeline. If you continue to use the old
> codeline, please take note of the changes to the procedure to get the
> correct version for your needs. This is also documented at
> http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Wxhaskell.
> Thanks to everyone involved.
> Best regards
> Jeremy
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