[Agda] Windows/Linux versions of Agda
drl at cs.cmu.edu
Wed Sep 4 15:40:15 CEST 2013
For what it's worth, I was teaching Agda at a summer school, and managed
to help (grad) students get it working on multiple OS'es. For the most
part getting the Haskell platform, and then doing a cabal install,
worked ok, though there was a strange issue with windows that I found a
workaround for on the bug tracker. See the installation notes here for
notes on this: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~drl/teaching/oplss13/
(I plan to make my lecture notes available soon, once I have had a
chance to polish them up. If anyone wants an advance copy, you can
email me for the password.)
On Sep04, Aaron Stump wrote:
> Hi, Nils. Thanks for this reply.
> On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 4:26 AM, Nils Anders Danielsson <nad at cse.gu.se>wrote:
> > On 2013-09-02 21:36, Aaron Stump wrote:
> >> 1. It would be very nice if the Windows installer was kept up to date
> >> with the Linux distribution.
> > I agree. I think that Makoto, who has been maintaining the Windows
> > installer for the last five years or so, would be happy if someone else
> > could take over.
> > While we're discussing the Windows installer: I would like to know if
> > you like it as it is (modulo the font issue), or if you would prefer a
> > variant that didn't include the Haskell Platform and Emacs.
> For undergrads here, it would absolutely be best to have a single installer
> that pulls down everything needed for running Agda: Haskell Platform,
> Emacs, Agda, and DejaVu fonts (if possible). This means that one can
> install Agda with a single download, without a lot of other software
> already required to be installed. It will greatly increase the chances
> that the average student here (and I don't think this is an atypical
> situation for US undergrads) will be able to get Agda up and running
> without a lot of hand holding from us.
> Thanks a lot,
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