2014-07-29 23:06:36 +0200 <vektor> in short, I want to check if this: http://lpaste.net/108386 will work depending on which string I insert as the implementation of code.
2014-07-29 21:37:40 +0200 <lambdabot> Haskell pastebin: http://lpaste.net/
2014-07-29 21:37:13 +0200 <vektor> http://lpaste.net/108377
2014-07-29 21:36:12 +0200 <solidus-river> vektor: can you lpaste the example?
2014-07-29 20:48:57 +0200 <int3__> tbmcmullen: I wrote the monadic version of bottomUp: http://lpaste.net/108375
2014-07-29 19:51:12 +0200 <tbmcmullen> michaelt: http://lpaste.net/9092137747757400064
2014-07-29 19:45:39 +0200 <michaelt> tbmcmullen: yes, of course; there is lpaste.net for example
2014-07-29 19:23:51 +0200 <Cale> lpaste.net :)
2014-07-29 17:19:25 +0200 <Ankhers> I know why this doesn't work (width/height aren't keys in the json). How would I go about 'extracting' it to put in the proper place? http://lpaste.net/108365
2014-07-29 15:48:36 +0200 <Aesop> hey guys, I got some weird behavior in my code any reason why this function wouldnt work as expected http://lpaste.net/2295051702019031040 An exception which non exhaustive pattern exception isn't catched
2014-07-29 14:39:21 +0200 <arianvp> does anybody know how to get lens working with GHCJS? I run into this error when I have it as a dependency: http://lpaste.net/1397023007347572736
2014-07-29 12:49:00 +0200 <bernalex> mmmm: http://lpaste.net/6646631236825513984 here's the error msg at least
2014-07-29 11:48:59 +0200 <zereraz> my code http://lpaste.net/108346
2014-07-29 11:44:30 +0200 <zereraz> http://lpaste.net/108346
2014-07-29 11:03:59 +0200 <xpika> can someone tell me what im doing wrong in ghci to load this module compiled? http://lpaste.net/108345
2014-07-29 08:23:26 +0200 <benzrf> joelteon: http://lpaste.net/106669
2014-07-29 07:06:16 +0200 <SrPx> benzrf: http://lpaste.net/108335 (:
2014-07-29 06:32:32 +0200 <dmwit> carter: http://lpaste.net/108338
2014-07-29 06:18:41 +0200 <benzrf> SrPx: fyi, mapA is right in your lpaste, and replicateA is almost right except for a minor mistake that has nothing to do with applicatives
2014-07-29 05:22:49 +0200 <SrPx> Does anyone know what is the right answer to the last question of http://www.seas.upenn.edu/~cis194/lectures/11-applicative2.html ? Here is a print: http://o7.no/UHFOUM . I can implement those functions in a way that typecheck, no problems. But it is certainly not what the guy was asking for, and as I don't know what he wants, I can't really do much about it... http://lpaste.net/108335
2014-07-29 04:23:25 +0200 <orion> Hey, I am trying to compile hs-noise from github (https://github.com/thoughtpolice/hs-noise) in a sandbox and I am getting this error: http://lpaste.net/7633279993170100224 -- does anyone know what could be going wrong?
2014-07-29 02:46:56 +0200 <bms1> http://lpaste.net/108323#line71
2014-07-29 02:37:17 +0200 <bms1> http://lpaste.net/108323#line71
2014-07-29 02:02:39 +0200 <TheKing444> http://lpaste.net/108319 I think the kind inference is off.
2014-07-29 02:00:32 +0200 <TheKing444> but `MaybeC' has kind `(* -> *) -> Constraint' http://lpaste.net/108319
2014-07-28 23:49:13 +0200 <arianvp> oh and the error: http://lpaste.net/1654749263042707456
2014-07-28 23:48:43 +0200 <arianvp> cabal file: http://lpaste.net/4075025650019205120
2014-07-28 23:42:10 +0200 <phaazon> http://lpaste.net/raw/108316
2014-07-28 22:12:49 +0200 <latk> When I try the following code: http://lpaste.net/108307 I get this exception: http://lpaste.net/108308 . This appears to be because of the squared brackets. Are square brackets not allowed in a url ? Or do I have to percentage encode them ?
2014-07-28 22:06:45 +0200 <seydar> mzero: so close and yet so far: http://lpaste.net/108306
2014-07-28 21:50:15 +0200 <seydar> mzero: http://lpaste.net/108304, cabal --version: 1.8.0.4
2014-07-28 21:48:38 +0200 <mzero> you could also do ghc-pkg list and ghc-pkg info HTTP and put those in the lpaste too
2014-07-28 21:48:11 +0200 <mzero> so perhaps run “cabal install -v cabal-install” and lpaste that so we can see what is the matter
2014-07-28 21:42:28 +0200 <seydar> k, `cabal install cabal-install` on my mac os 10.9 is killing me: http://lpaste.net/108303 LOOK AT HOW I HAVE NO COMPILE ERRORS and yet, at the end it all fails
2014-07-28 21:16:15 +0200 <lambdabot> http://lpaste.net/new/haskell