Build #1 for nanomsg-haskell-0.1.1

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Package nanomsg-haskell-0.1.1
Install ConfigureFailed
Docs NotTried
Tests NotTried
Time submitted unknown
Compiler ghc-7.6.3
OS linux
Arch x86_64
Dependencies bytestring-0.10.0.2, base-4.6.0.1
Flags none

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Configuring nanomsg-haskell-0.1.1...
Dependency base ==4.6.0.1: using base-4.6.0.1
Dependency bytestring ==0.10.0.2: using bytestring-0.10.0.2
Using Cabal-1.16.0.3 compiled by ghc-7.6
Using compiler: ghc-7.6.3
Using install prefix: /srv/hackage/var/build/cache/inst
Binaries installed in: /srv/hackage/var/build/cache/inst/bin
Libraries installed in:
/srv/hackage/var/build/cache/inst/lib/nanomsg-haskell-0.1.1/ghc-7.6.3
Private binaries installed in: /srv/hackage/var/build/cache/inst/libexec
Data files installed in:
/srv/hackage/var/build/cache/inst/share/nanomsg-haskell-0.1.1
Documentation installed in:
/srv/hackage/var/build/cache/inst/share/doc/nanomsg-haskell-0.1.1
Using alex version 3.0.1 found on system at: /usr/bin/alex
Using ar found on system at: /usr/bin/ar
No c2hs found
No cpphs found
No ffihugs found
Using gcc version 4.7 found on system at: /usr/bin/gcc
Using ghc version 7.6.3 found on system at: /usr/local/bin/ghc
Using ghc-pkg version 7.6.3 found on system at: /usr/local/bin/ghc-pkg
No greencard found
Using haddock version 2.13.2 found on system at: /usr/local/bin/haddock
Using happy version 1.18.9 found on system at: /usr/bin/happy
No hmake found
Using hpc version 0.6 found on system at: /usr/local/bin/hpc
Using hsc2hs version 0.67 found on system at: /usr/local/bin/hsc2hs
Using hscolour version 1.19 found on system at: /usr/bin/HsColour
No hugs found
No jhc found
Using ld found on system at: /usr/bin/ld
No lhc found
No lhc-pkg found
No nhc98 found
No pkg-config found
Using ranlib found on system at: /usr/bin/ranlib
Using strip found on system at: /usr/bin/strip
Using tar found on system at: /bin/tar
No uhc found
setup-Cabal-1.16.0.3-ghc-7.6.3: Missing dependency on a foreign library:
* Missing (or bad) header file: nanomsg/nn.h
* Missing C library: nanomsg
This problem can usually be solved by installing the system package that
provides this library (you may need the "-dev" version). If the library is
already installed but in a non-standard location then you can use the flags
--extra-include-dirs= and --extra-lib-dirs= to specify where it is.
If the header file does exist, it may contain errors that are caught by the C
compiler at the preprocessing stage. In this case you can re-run configure
with the verbosity flag -v3 to see the error messages.