Running Duckling on Windows

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  • stack

    The Haskell Tool Stack

    Maybe you can try manually extracting it. There is a description of how to do that here: https://github.com/commercialhaskell/stack/issues/1917#issuecomment-222303266. Instead of copying the ghc-8.6.5.installed installed file (which you probably won't have) you could probably just create a file with the contents: installed yourself.

  • duckling

    Language, engine, and tooling for expressing, testing, and evaluating composable language rules on input strings.

    Try downloading the v0.2.0.0 release, extracting it somewhere, opening that location in powershell, and running these commands:

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  • stackage-content

    Content for the stackage.org site

    So save this file to stack-setup-info.yaml and change the sevenzexe-info and sevenzdll-info fields to this:

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