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## Using prebuilt binaries
-The prebuilt binaries are compiled with GHC 8.2.2 and therefore they should
-run on any operating system supported by GHC 8.2.2, such as:
+The prebuilt binaries are compiled with GHC 8.6.4 and therefore they should run on any operating system supported by GHC 8.6.4, such as:
* Windows Vista or later,
* OS X 10.7 or later,
* Linux ??? (we're not sure what the minimum version is)
-This list is not exhaustive. If your OS is too old or not listed, or if the binaries fail to run, you may be able to install the compiler by building it from source; see below. See also <https://www.haskell.org/ghc/download_ghc_8_2_2.html> for more details about the operating systems which GHC 8.2.2 supports.
+This list is not exhaustive. If your OS is too old or not listed, or if the binaries fail to run, you may be able to install the compiler by building it from source; see below. See also <https://www.haskell.org/ghc/download_ghc_8_6_4.html> for more details about the operating systems which GHC 8.6.4 supports.
Other prebuilt distributions (eg, Homebrew, AUR, npm) will probably have the
same requirements.
@@ -24,10 +23,7 @@ There are several options available for aquiring a pre-built binary of the PureS
* NPM: `npm install -g purescript`
* Homebrew (for OS X): `brew install purescript`
-* [PSVM](https://github.com/ThomasCrevoisier/psvm-js) (PS Version Manager):
- 1) `psvm install-latest` will install the latest version available
- 2) `psvm latest` will print the latest version number available
- 3) `psvm use <latest version number>` will enable the version we just installed. For example, if the version is `v0.11.7`, you'd run `psvm use v0.11.7`
+* [PSVM](https://github.com/ThomasCrevoisier/psvm-js): `npm install -g psvm`
## Compiling from source