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as of a few days ago, ghcide always shows me this error message:
Bad interface file:
Something is amiss; requested module polysemy-18.104.22.168:Polysemy.Internal.Union differs from name
found in the interface file profunctors-5.5.2:Polysemy.Internal.Union (if these names look the
same, try again with -dppr-debug)
It's always a different package instead of profunctors, but it's always Polysemy.Internal.Union. any idea what could be up here?
this isn't related to nix caching a bad build?
I've seen the "bad interface file" issues, but they usually go away once I do rm .stack-work
(and have not been necessarily related to polysemy, at least in their error output)
that's what I suspected as well, and I fiddled around but couldn't fix it. I'm just wondering why it happens in multiple projects with different packages for the interface file
also ghcid and nix-build work fine, and they use the same package set
do you have a consistent reproducer?
yeah, the polysemy-test project should do it, with ghc8101 in ops/nix/default.nix. but I really doubt it's not related to nix
what polysemy-plugin are you using?
though I tried switching to the latest releaese…I think
maybe it's another ghc 8.10.1 issue. for now I'll just use 8.8.4 for development
it built successfully for me, from the uploaded release on hackage
with stack and this stack.yaml
- [email protected]:3cccbfda38e1422ca5cc436d58858ba51ff9114d2ed87915a6569be11e4e5a90,6842
- git: https://github.com/polysemy-research/polysemy
I'm guessing there are some new things that aren't uploaded, but I didn't manage to find the source repo
ok. guess I'll have to try and clean up the nix store
I'd just really like to know why the package name in the error keeps changing