One additional step:

I was getting the error:
   The program can’t start because wxc.dll is missing from your computer.
   Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem.

So,   (From: )  
2. had to copy wxc.dll from ..\AppData\Roaming\cabal\wxc-\ghc-7.0.4 to 
the current directory so that it could be found
3. had to add ..\wxWidgets2.9.3\lib\gcc_dll to the path so those DLLs could be 

> -----Original Message-----
> Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2012 9:56 PM
> To: Fabian Binz;
> Subject: RE: [wxhaskell-users] problems buiding wxHaskell on Windows
> Hmm, I think I got it fixed.
> I did a clean-out of cabal files, reloaded them all, and made sure that I 
> only had wx-config
> 2.6 anywhere on my path, and it seems to build properly now!
> I think that although I was seeing a new (2.6) wx-config, there was still an 
> old (2.1) around on
> which was getting found somehow, and this was goofing things up. I deleted 
> it, made sure only
> 2.6 versions were areound, and now it all seems to build.
> Next to try in in Haskell!
> Thanks for the help and hints.
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