|The Glasgow Haskell Compiler User's Guide, Version 4.06|
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If you want to build an executable that doesn't depend on any ghc-compiled DLLs, use the -static option to link in the code statically.
Notice that you cannot mix code that has been compiled with -static and not, so you have to use the -static option on all the Haskell modules that make up your application.