2015-04-25 23:37:37 +0200 <latk> bergmark: This gives the error http://lpaste.net/131468
2015-04-25 23:30:29 +0200 <latk> bergmark: I'm still missing something I think, http://lpaste.net/131466 gives the same error (http://lpaste.net/131467)
2015-04-25 23:21:03 +0200 <latk> I'm playing around with opal eye, trying to understand how to run queries with record types. If I try to do this: http://lpaste.net/131463 I get this error: http://lpaste.net/131462. What am I misunderstanding?
2015-04-25 22:12:54 +0200 <latk> I'm playing around with opal eye, trying to understand how to run queries with record types. If I try to do this: http://lpaste.net/131463 I get this error: http://lpaste.net/131462. What am I misunderstanding?
2015-04-25 21:08:09 +0200 <Haskellfant> is there a better way to debug this error http://lpaste.net/131458 than putStrLn debugging? from searching around I came to the conclusion that it's related to my ffy calls which makes sense as the backtrace or whatever ghc is printing there is coming from the lib I am binding to
2015-04-25 20:34:40 +0200 <lpaste> ysr revised “euler 4”: “No title” at http://lpaste.net/131455
2015-04-25 20:25:36 +0200 <ysr> can http://lpaste.net/131455 be improved
2015-04-25 20:25:20 +0200 <lpaste> ysr pasted “euler 4” at http://lpaste.net/131455
2015-04-25 20:20:42 +0200 <lpaste> nichtdiebohne pasted “Fibonacci nw” at http://lpaste.net/131454
2015-04-25 19:40:56 +0200 <lpaste> ysr pasted “Euler 1” at http://lpaste.net/131453
2015-04-25 18:59:36 +0200 <frerich> sveit: I think something like http://lpaste.net/131451 might be what you want.
2015-04-25 18:05:08 +0200 <ysr> how does my primes list look: http://lpaste.net/131449
2015-04-25 17:55:10 +0200 <KoF_> http://lpaste.net/131448
2015-04-25 17:54:14 +0200 <c_wraith> KoF_: is the code small enough to lpaste to us?
2015-04-25 17:50:07 +0200 <lambdabot> Haskell pastebin: http://lpaste.net/
2015-04-25 16:57:04 +0200 <ysr> can someone help me out: http://lpaste.net/131446
2015-04-25 16:53:58 +0200 <ysr> I am computing primes but I am stuck here http://lpaste.net/131446
2015-04-25 16:47:40 +0200 <lpaste> bennofs pasted “Weak pointer weirdness” at http://lpaste.net/131445
2015-04-25 15:47:36 +0200hackagebotPastePipe 1.8 - CLI for pasting to lpaste.net http://hackage.haskell.org/package/PastePipe-1.8 (MateuszKowalczyk)
2015-04-25 13:37:50 +0200 <ysr> this is "myLength = foldr ((+) . const 1) 0" in Python using lambdas http://lpaste.net/131433
2015-04-25 13:26:25 +0200 <Anon25502> I wrote this little snippet http://lpaste.net/5409666014034001920
2015-04-25 13:01:34 +0200 <ysr> I wrote myLength = foldr ((+) . (const 1)) 0 in python http://lpaste.net/131432
2015-04-25 11:33:42 +0200 <ppfs> jle`: Do you think I could send try to give them this version http://lpaste.net/7818085701408260096 (added the pattern match + the where (how to indent that ?)) ?
2015-04-25 11:20:25 +0200 <ppfs> The pastepipe script doesn't allow to upload a private snippet, so I changed it to do so http://lpaste.net/38936481288421376 . Is there a better way to do it?
2015-04-25 10:50:36 +0200 <latk> mauke: http://lpaste.net/131430
2015-04-25 10:47:54 +0200 <latk> I've been playing around with opaleye, and have run into a problem. When using tuples, as in the tutorial, to generate insert sql, all is fine. When I try and use a record type however, it doesn't work. For example: http://lpaste.net/131401. Any ideas how I can fix this ?
2015-04-25 10:32:33 +0200 <solatis> http://lpaste.net/131429
2015-04-25 09:51:30 +0200 <latk> I've been playing around with opaleye, and have run into a problem. When using tuples, as in the tutorial, to generate insert sql, all is fine. When I try and use a record however, it doesn't work. For example: http://lpaste.net/131401. Any ideas how I can fix this ?
2015-04-25 06:06:47 +0200 <nuttycom> lolisa: here you go: http://lpaste.net/131422
2015-04-25 05:20:00 +0200 <spindas> Is there a great way to derive a Monoid instance like this? http://lpaste.net/131421
2015-04-25 04:51:27 +0200 <lpaste> nocturne777 revised “No title”: “as pattern” at http://lpaste.net/6413026427997782016
2015-04-25 04:48:48 +0200 <lambdabot> Haskell pastebin: http://lpaste.net/
2015-04-25 04:03:18 +0200 <SrPx> geekosaur: specifically this http://lpaste.net/131416 shouldn't output that :(
2015-04-25 03:51:48 +0200 <h-core> so i can't figure out why this little anagram function isn't case-insensitive even though im mapping toLower over every string that i'm comparing http://lpaste.net/131414
2015-04-25 02:30:58 +0200 <enthropy> there is no sanity check for infix things you can never use: http://lpaste.net/3581191392656883712