2014-08-19 23:34:10 +0200 <bernalex> can someone tell me WTF this results in a parse error: http://lpaste.net/5573369770557833216 ? if I further indent the do-block in the let to make it indentet beyond the variable (i.e. ranges), it compiles and works. what rule am I not getting here?
2014-08-19 22:56:53 +0200 <latk> so my error doing cabal install cabal-install is : http://lpaste.net/109656
2014-08-19 21:26:15 +0200 <linman32> pavonia: got a step further. but now http://lpaste.net/109645
2014-08-19 21:19:38 +0200 <linman32> pavonia: http://lpaste.net/109643
2014-08-19 20:05:14 +0200 <solidus-river> jle`: i ran into the exact same problem i ran into trying to do it with netwire http://lpaste.net/109578
2014-08-19 19:49:14 +0200 <linman32> Fuuzetsu: more errors w/ --only-dependencies http://lpaste.net/109637
2014-08-19 19:46:26 +0200 <linman32> Fuuzetsu: got errors http://lpaste.net/109636
2014-08-19 19:22:17 +0200 <c_wraith> TheBizzle: http://lpaste.net/109632 is even better, but it requires a sufficiently new version of mtl that you have access to modify'
2014-08-19 19:20:56 +0200 <c_wraith> TheBizzle: http://lpaste.net/109630 is kind of close, though it has a subtle problem.
2014-08-19 19:12:34 +0200 <nyuszika7h> what's wrong with this code? http://lpaste.net/2014882541395247104
2014-08-19 19:04:55 +0200 <TheBizzle> code and error: http://lpaste.net/109630
2014-08-19 17:30:20 +0200 <danilo2> Hello! I've got an AST (abstract syntax tree) consisting of many datatypes. Each datatype has some constructors and fields of some types. I want to write a function which recursively applies a function to each field of given type. For example given simpel example: http://lpaste.net/109625 I want a function which will just apply a transformation (X->X) on each field of type X. Is there a way to make it general way? Using lenses or ot
2014-08-19 13:32:36 +0200 <SwashBuckla> http://lpaste.net/109616 -- Could I use `interact` here instead of getLine; print.. etc?
2014-08-19 07:56:05 +0200 <furrykef> http://lpaste.net/109608 -- I tweaked my code so that isPrime uses the primes sequence now. How'd I do?
2014-08-19 07:11:00 +0200 <furrykef> http://lpaste.net/109608 -- I tweaked my code so that isPrime uses the primes sequence now. How'd I do?
2014-08-19 04:43:06 +0200 <godel> how would you handle parse errors here : http://lpaste.net/1121608912391372800 ?
2014-08-19 03:35:37 +0200 <furrykef> http://lpaste.net/109599 -- how's this for a naive implementation of primes?
2014-08-19 00:05:45 +0200 <byorgey> dcoutts_: here's the output from cabal update -v3: http://lpaste.net/109589
2014-08-18 22:03:44 +0200 <geekosaur> still, where is ... tricky. it'd be nice if lambdabot had something to desugar binding groups, where, etc. --- maybe input on lpaste and output as an annotation thereto. (or built into lpaste, maybe)
2014-08-18 21:59:42 +0200 <godel> hello, can someone help me with this error http://lpaste.net/2348721454436057088 ? It is very strange
2014-08-18 20:37:32 +0200 <merijn> http://lpaste.net/109572
2014-08-18 20:11:18 +0200 <repnop> ok so this always returns two results for me. http://lpaste.net/109568 i'm sure there is something obvious i did wrong but i'm fairly new :/
2014-08-18 20:03:51 +0200 <merijn> RumHam: This is equivalent to the following python: http://lpaste.net/109565
2014-08-18 19:56:04 +0200 <mhyperbolic> I get this complatation error that I don't understand at all.. It's very simple code. Error and source -> http://lpaste.net/109564
2014-08-18 19:35:05 +0200 <merijn> repnop: I think the best way to understand transformers is to implement both State and the State transformer: http://lpaste.net/109563
2014-08-18 19:31:16 +0200 <merijn> repnop: Can you lpaste this code you're using with State?
2014-08-18 17:09:51 +0200 <mhyperbolic> http://lpaste.net/109560 . How can I boils this down to one declaration of step? I've been staring at it and can't see it.
2014-08-18 15:18:42 +0200 <lebek> what's wrong with my FromJSON Element instance http://lpaste.net/109550 ?
2014-08-18 13:44:30 +0200 <bernalex> Heather: think we need more to go on than that. post the offending line & full error, please. preferably with context to https://lpaste.net
2014-08-18 13:19:19 +0200 <wz1000> http://lpaste.net/1088883950245380096
2014-08-18 12:47:38 +0200 <furrykef> http://lpaste.net/109548 -- what am I doing wrong here? It gives me a compile error, namely "Could not deduce (a ~ Int) from the context (Integral a)"
2014-08-18 12:19:25 +0200 <bernalex> what's a nicer way to achieve this: http://lpaste.net/2805054002989891584 ?
2014-08-18 10:07:30 +0200 <zorg24> and lastly if its code use lpaste
2014-08-18 09:37:12 +0200 <dfeuer> But I think I just fixed it, cow_2001: http://lpaste.net/109542
2014-08-18 09:37:12 +0200 <kvelicka> ion: could you point where that might be happening? I pasted in one changed and one not-yet-changed instance http://lpaste.net/7094859693192904704 thanks!