2015-08-02 23:39:30 +0200 <eds> Is there a different way I can define my ExprW? Code and error: http://lpaste.net/137809 bump
2015-08-02 23:35:58 +0200 <eds> Is there a different way I can define my ExprW? Code and error: http://lpaste.net/137809
2015-08-02 21:12:47 +0200 <lpaste_> JamesJRH pasted “Foreign higher-order functions diagram” at http://lpaste.net/137805
2015-08-02 20:01:03 +0200 <osa1> is there a way to make this TH expression work: http://lpaste.net/137801 (see the comment around variable x)
2015-08-02 18:43:29 +0200 <nullvoid8> Cale: http://lpaste.net/137799
2015-08-02 18:38:00 +0200 <nullvoid8> p0a: I was bored, so I annoted your lpaste with what I tihnk is a working haskell version
2015-08-02 18:16:38 +0200 <p0a> What of this code? (standard ML not haskell unfortunately), I just want to demonstrate insert though, http://lpaste.net/137799
2015-08-02 14:32:45 +0200 <ralu> i am trying to use cabal with crosscompiler, (i have working cross-ghc) but i am having hard time to make it work with cabal install. http://lpaste.net/137787 Anyone has any idea?
2015-08-02 13:31:46 +0200 <lyxia> Gurkenglas: http://lpaste.net/137788 what about this
2015-08-02 11:43:39 +0200 <martinvlk> dibblego: updated lpaste with one of my recent tries.. my idea is since the inner functor is Applicative I should be able to just use <*> but that doesn't compile and I have to admint I am lost in the multiple levels of wrappers
2015-08-02 11:38:25 +0200 <martinvlk> Hi all, I am working on the NICTA course exercises and I am really stuck with one - could someone give suggestion on how to proceed? http://lpaste.net/1895423029693906944
2015-08-02 09:24:01 +0200 <kqr> but when I see things like this: http://lpaste.net/137781
2015-08-02 08:30:19 +0200 <lpaste_> Lokathor revised “cabal and rtsopts”: “No title” at http://lpaste.net/137776
2015-08-02 06:38:51 +0200 <Gurkenglas> ReinH, their lpaste says "-- How do I construct aTree' given aTree?"
2015-08-02 06:14:34 +0200 <dot_Laptop> Hello. How do I implement this kind of Binary Tree? http://lpaste.net/137770
2015-08-02 04:25:08 +0200 <lpaste_> dramforever pasted “See for yourself” at http://lpaste.net/137769
2015-08-02 02:44:02 +0200 <lpaste_> dramforever pasted “I ended up with these...and it seems that there's still more” at http://lpaste.net/137766
2015-08-02 01:46:40 +0200 <frerich> Gurkenglas: If you annotate things on lpaste, the annotation shows up on the same URL as what you annotated.
2015-08-02 01:41:11 +0200 <Gurkenglas> catgocat, also here's another coz why not http://lpaste.net/137758
2015-08-02 01:27:36 +0200 <Gurkenglas> catgocat, http://lpaste.net/137755
2015-08-02 01:22:20 +0200 <catgocat> Here > http://lpaste.net/137756
2015-08-02 01:21:10 +0200 <catgocat> I am going to make a lpaste for my refactored game
2015-08-02 01:05:13 +0200 <catgocat> How can I make this prettier: http://lpaste.net/137755
2015-08-02 00:15:27 +0200 <lpaste_> Cale pasted “old forthish thing” at http://lpaste.net/137754
2015-08-01 22:04:26 +0200 <suppi> catgocat, please share your code http://lpaste.net
2015-08-01 21:37:56 +0200 <scutigera> http://lpaste.net/137747
2015-08-01 21:37:18 +0200 <Sindriava> scutigera: Sure, upload them to LPaste and I'll take a look, but keep in mind that I'm still a Haskell beginner myself, I might not be able to answer all your questions :)
2015-08-01 21:08:29 +0200 <scutigera> catgocat: 1. try supplying an explicit type signature. 2. if that's giving you trouble put the code in an lpaste buffer and provide link.
2015-08-01 20:59:36 +0200 <scutigera> mauke: how do you invoke hlint at lpaste ?
2015-08-01 20:59:09 +0200 <catgocat> http://lpaste.net/137745
2015-08-01 20:58:20 +0200 <mauke> catgocat: You can try HLint online at lpaste.net - suggestions are shown at the bottom.
2015-08-01 20:44:53 +0200 <scutigera> http://lpaste.net/137743
2015-08-01 19:52:36 +0200 <lpaste_> lambdafan pasted “what does ~ mean in this context?” at http://lpaste.net/137741
2015-08-01 18:35:56 +0200 <catgocat> can you guys check this: http://lpaste.net/137739 maybe help me improve it?
2015-08-01 18:32:23 +0200 <broma0> catgocat: never used lpaste.. did you mean "you didnt change anything!" by "i had exactly that before"?