1. Choose your platform
2. Install Stack
Download Stack from get.haskellstack.org and install it. Stack is a build tool for Haskell / Clash projects.
3. Setup Clash
Depending on your goals, you might want to simply run Clash on its own, or setup a proper project. The first one will get you up and running quickly and you won’t have to learn build tools. However, you won’t be able to use dependencies from Hackage and it is harder to get a consistent build environment.
Option A. Run Clash on its own
The following compiles a file
HelloWorld.hs to VHDL:
stack exec --resolver lts-19 --package clash-ghc -- clash HelloWorld.hs --vhdl
Option B. Setup a starter project
To setup a new project based on the provided starter projects, run:
stack new my-clash-project clash-lang/simple
This will create a new project called
my-clash-project in a folder named the same. The folder will contain a
README.md to get you up and running. Alternatively, you can read it online.