2014-09-19 23:59:55 +0200 <lpaste> henryhill pasted “No title” at http://lpaste.net/111304
2014-09-19 23:55:52 +0200 <henryhill> i dont wanna sound annoying but someone who can help me ? here is my code for the select and my start for the project (Which is probably way wrong): http://lpaste.net/111303
2014-09-19 23:55:41 +0200 <lpaste> henryhill pasted “querying in haskell” at http://lpaste.net/111303
2014-09-19 22:13:57 +0200 <lpaste> Yrarr pasted “IO in EitherT, again” at http://lpaste.net/111299
2014-09-19 22:04:23 +0200 <Yrarr> dmj: it allows me to use getLine as IO operation without toying with Lefts and Rights. The thing is, I need to perform IO and use the performed value in non IO function (which returns the Either stuff). The more practical example of what I'd like to do is here: http://lpaste.net/111298
2014-09-19 22:04:12 +0200 <lpaste> Yrarr pasted “IO in and out with EitherT” at http://lpaste.net/111298
2014-09-19 21:47:38 +0200 <Yrarr> Hey, I've got one question about Monad Transformer stuff: I'd like to use some IO'ed values in lifted Either monad. Is this possible ? http://lpaste.net/111297
2014-09-19 21:47:29 +0200 <lpaste> Yrarr pasted “EitherT - lifting IO (Either a b) ” at http://lpaste.net/111297
2014-09-19 15:12:30 +0200 <mroman_> http://lpaste.net/111286 <- would this satisfy monad laws?
2014-09-19 13:27:26 +0200 <Sheytan> srhb: http://lpaste.net/111285
2014-09-19 13:19:03 +0200 <lpaste> Sheytan pasted “Lambdabot installation error from cabal” at http://lpaste.net/111285
2014-09-19 12:15:14 +0200 <lpaste> nyuszika7h pasted “`cabal repl` error message” at http://lpaste.net/4251948023094968320
2014-09-19 12:13:32 +0200 <lpaste> nyuszika7h pasted “GHCi not seeing Cabal sandbox” at http://lpaste.net/1098252618242719744
2014-09-19 11:13:45 +0200 <monochrom> silver: http://lpaste.net/browse
2014-09-19 06:20:18 +0200 <mgaut72> jTT: use http://lpaste.net/new/haskell
2014-09-19 04:58:05 +0200 <pjdelport> Here's a quick Num instance for Peano numerals: http://lpaste.net/109301
2014-09-19 04:30:14 +0200 <lpaste> pjdelport annotated “first haskell program” with “Another way to do it (analogous to ghci)” at http://lpaste.net/111261#a111264
2014-09-19 04:19:58 +0200 <lpaste> pjdelport annotated “first haskell program” with “One way to do it” at http://lpaste.net/111261#a111262
2014-09-19 04:19:19 +0200 <holymac_> http://lpaste.net/111261
2014-09-19 04:18:09 +0200 <lambdabot> Haskell pastebin: http://lpaste.net/
2014-09-19 04:18:09 +0200 <slack1256> holymac_: remember to use lpaste if its large
2014-09-19 02:43:30 +0200 <coiler3> http://lpaste.net/111251
2014-09-19 02:42:38 +0200 <zwer> http://lpaste.net/111250
2014-09-18 23:44:41 +0200 <pertl> I tried to complete a book sample with "State" by defining Functor and Applicative. can someone confirm the definitions are correct? http://lpaste.net/111241
2014-09-18 23:09:26 +0200 <pertl> I am trying to define the 'Applicative' for 'State' ... can someone confirm this type substitution is corrent? http://lpaste.net/111240
2014-09-18 22:56:06 +0200 <albeit> mjrosenb: Sure, this is the complete function. It's part of the Logger module for different threads. http://lpaste.net/111239
2014-09-18 22:46:31 +0200 <albeit> mjrosenb: http://lpaste.net/111235
2014-09-18 22:19:40 +0200 <albeit> I have a space leak (memory use expands quickly), and its these few lines that seem to causing it... why? http://lpaste.net/111235
2014-09-18 20:09:15 +0200 <danilo2> c_wraith: hmm, could you just look at it here? http://lpaste.net/111232
2014-09-18 18:27:41 +0200 <zalatovo> relevant lines in .emacs: http://lpaste.net/243167085360840704
2014-09-18 18:18:42 +0200 <lpaste> bryanvick pasted “case analysis on known exception types” at http://lpaste.net/111220
2014-09-18 16:57:43 +0200 <lpaste> volume_dial pasted “Can't find IL” at http://lpaste.net/111217
2014-09-18 16:56:00 +0200 <fryguybob> volume_dial: lpaste.net
2014-09-18 14:32:52 +0200 <aquifer> Hello, I am currently learning Monad tranformers but have become stuck trying to combine writer and state. Problem in the following paste: www.lpaste.net/111211. Thanks.
2014-09-18 11:54:46 +0200 <lpaste> foobar pasted “Cast????” at http://lpaste.net/6371372022684975104