2014-01-10 21:43:34 +0100 <ion> reinh: I’m talking about our universe, not the fictional one you’re thinking of.
2014-01-10 21:43:42 +0100 <ReinH> ahh
2014-01-10 21:43:46 +0100 <quidnunc> Are there any packages to rotate (log) files every day (not by size)?
2014-01-10 21:44:02 +0100 <ReinH> Or maybe those beings are just protruding their pan-dimensional ass into our dimension
2014-01-10 21:44:04 +0100Twisol(~Twisol@wikia/Oddlyoko)
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2014-01-10 21:44:25 +0100 <Twey> thoughtpolice: You met *one* of edwardk… :þ
2014-01-10 21:44:31 +0100 <matheus23> Hello, I've got a question: How can I build some kind of cabal package, so I it is already compiled (to a .so or similar) and can be used in another cabal project and be referenced in the "build-depends"? :)
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2014-01-10 21:45:36 +0100 <dcoutts> matheus23: simple answer is to install it. If you're trying to do something more tricky then you'll have to explain the context.
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2014-01-10 21:45:53 +0100 <timthelion> chrisdone: I'm confused by Main.hs
2014-01-10 21:45:57 +0100 <timthelion> chrisdone: is it a joke?
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2014-01-10 21:46:22 +0100 <benmachine> chrisdone: was half-expecting pure-io to just be a troll and to actually be the IO monad
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2014-01-10 21:46:32 +0100 <timthelion> michalpipa:
2014-01-10 21:46:41 +0100 <skuares_> Sorry, had to go away for a bit
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2014-01-10 21:47:41 +0100 <timthelion> matheus23: I might try using cabal-dev to create a build environment which was packagable, but even that cannot work, unless the same exact base libs are installed on both computers
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2014-01-10 21:47:49 +0100 <timthelion> michalpipa: sorry nothing for you, typo
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2014-01-10 21:48:10 +0100 <matheus23> dcoutts: So I have my cabal project CSimplexNoise, and I cabal install it. Can I then (in another cabal project) reference it in the "build-depends"? If yes, how exactly do I cabal install it? Simply '$ cabal install'? Would be too easy, no? :D I'm also using the foreign function interface, will it work anyways?
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2014-01-10 21:48:19 +0100 <skuares_> ReinH and firefly, I'm sorry but the mod function isn't suitable atm. The list can, for example, look like : [123456789, 1234567897435435, 3269745796, 15545678817] so make sure they end with seven? Either by checking or reversing them?
2014-01-10 21:48:24 +0100 <michalpipa> timthelion: ok
2014-01-10 21:48:37 +0100 <ReinH> skuares_: why can't you use mod for that?