2016-02-08 23:55:32 +0100 <lpaste> glguy annotated “mapS” with “mapS (annotation) (annotation)” at http://lpaste.net/151914#a151916
2016-02-08 23:29:58 +0100 <lpaste> echo-area annotated “mapS” with “mapS (annotation)” at http://lpaste.net/151914#a151915
2016-02-08 23:20:22 +0100 <lpaste> echo-area pasted “mapS” at http://lpaste.net/151914
2016-02-08 19:22:02 +0100 <schorsch80> did u see the las updates of http://lpaste.net/151879
2016-02-08 19:08:31 +0100 <schorsch80> gutkenglas see http://lpaste.net/151879
2016-02-08 19:08:21 +0100 <schorsch80> @gutkenglas see http://lpaste.net/151879
2016-02-08 19:03:12 +0100 <schorsch80> see http://lpaste.net/151879
2016-02-08 19:02:25 +0100 <Gurkenglas> schorsch80, what's the problem? (That got cut off after "get ::". Try lpaste.net)
2016-02-08 18:24:50 +0100 <GLM> kadoban: http://lpaste.net/151876
2016-02-08 16:57:53 +0100 <lpaste> derpling pasted “PID Controller in Yampa FRP” at http://lpaste.net/151870
2016-02-08 16:07:50 +0100 <pavonia> This is probaly the wrong approach http://lpaste.net/151867 but is there a way to have handlers with different intermediate types and still be able to use the fields as usual?
2016-02-08 16:02:54 +0100 <merijn> Suppose I have the following code: http://lpaste.net/151866
2016-02-08 15:36:23 +0100 <frerich> tekkkz: Can you paste some code (e.g. type signatures and code you wrote so far) up at lpaste.net? It's kinda hard to tell.
2016-02-08 14:03:29 +0100 <rod_> Hi, i am on project euler problem 15 (https://projecteuler.net/problem=15) and cause my first solution took to long to compute i introduced State to speed up. A grid of 20x20 should have 400 Positions but my program (http://lpaste.net/151860) runs out of memory ... does someone hve a clue ?
2016-02-08 10:45:41 +0100 <frerich> Geraldus: I have this piece in my little game: http://lpaste.net/151858 -- I ask the user for a 'game number' and then use that to shuffle the cards.
2016-02-08 10:23:58 +0100 <coconut> http://lpaste.net/151857
2016-02-08 05:36:47 +0100 <orion> http://lpaste.net/3654837866896293888#line23
2016-02-08 04:07:37 +0100 <Gurkenglas> ghci session: http://lpaste.net/4856257394885263360 what introduces a stack trace layer?
2016-02-08 03:47:11 +0100 <Gurkenglas> Oh, you edited it. Damn lpaste with its not updating the annotations on the page they're targeting
2016-02-08 03:44:58 +0100 <lpaste> adas revised “Of course, you don't need the first 5 definitions in the first place now.”: “No title” at http://lpaste.net/151852
2016-02-08 03:16:53 +0100 <lpaste> Gurkenglas annotated “too much repetition” with “Of course, you don't need the first 5 definitions in the first place now.” at http://lpaste.net/151849#a151852
2016-02-08 03:12:13 +0100 <Lokathor> current code, http://lpaste.net/151848
2016-02-08 03:04:50 +0100 <adas> ^^^ is there some way to reduce the repetitive functions in that lpaste?
2016-02-08 03:04:10 +0100 <lpaste> adas pasted “too much repetition” at http://lpaste.net/151849
2016-02-08 02:49:53 +0100 <Lokathor> Alright, does this look sane so far? http://lpaste.net/151848
2016-02-08 02:40:56 +0100 <Lokathor> okay so this is my template, http://lpaste.net/151847
2016-02-08 02:12:40 +0100 <Gurkenglas> Oh wait looks like googling for a word i remember using on lpaste.net while it's down wasnt the best idea. django_, I meant this http://lpaste.net/148381
2016-02-08 01:25:02 +0100 <Gurkenglas> What I apply it to that comes closest to not serving itself is umm some cs homework stuff that they expect you to find the answers for with a little coding, recently this thing http://lpaste.net/148166 to fetch some game stats out of a forum quest
2016-02-07 21:57:57 +0100 <fr3tz0r> liste: I added one example: http://lpaste.net/9121167882682630144
2016-02-07 21:43:08 +0100 <fr3tz0r> how do i do this: http://lpaste.net/9121167882682630144
2016-02-07 20:28:16 +0100 <saurabhnanda> just blindly using liftIO here, but why isn't this working -- http://lpaste.net/151842
2016-02-07 20:16:33 +0100 <fr3tz0r> Gurkenglas:http://lpaste.net/9121167882682630144
2016-02-07 19:56:18 +0100 <fr3tz0r> Gurkenglas:http://lpaste.net/9121167882682630144
2016-02-07 19:55:40 +0100 <saurabhnanda> I'm stuck with the ReaderT monad. Why does the following not compile? http://lpaste.net/151841
2016-02-07 19:48:52 +0100 <Gurkenglas> lpaste.net