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runghc: program to run Haskell programs without first having to compile them.
runghc - program to run Haskell programs without first having to compile them.
SYNOPSISrunghc [runghc|flags] [GHC|flags] module [program|flags]...
DESCRIPTIONrunghc is considered a non-interactive interpreter and part of The Glasgow Haskell Compiler. runghc is a compiler that automatically runs its results at the end.
- the flags are:
- it tells runghc which GHC to use to run the program. If it is not given then runghc will search for GHC in the directories in the system search path. runghc -f /path/to/ghc
runghc will try to work out where the boundaries between [runghc flags] and [GHC flags], and [GHC flags] and module are, but you can use a -- flag if it doesn't get it right. For example, runghc -- -fglasgow-exts Foo
means runghc won't try to use glasgow-exts as the path to GHC, but instead will pass the flag to GHC.
- runghc foo
runghc -f /path/to/ghc foo
- runghc -- -fglasgow-exts Foo
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AUTHORThis manual page was written by Efrain Valles Pulgar <effie.jayx [at] gmail.com>. This is free documentation; see the GNU General Public Licence version 2 or later for copying conditions. There is NO WARRANTY.