2014-04-20 23:34:53 +0200 <SwashBuckla> I have since found a workaround: http://lpaste.net/103010
2014-04-20 23:34:44 +0200 <SwashBuckla> A while back, I was struggling with this: http://lpaste.net/102897
2014-04-20 22:35:58 +0200 <klrr_> why do i get "finset.hs:10:4: parse error on input `fZ'" when i try compile this? http://lpaste.net/103007
2014-04-20 22:01:10 +0200 <aloiscochard> generic continous shell script: http://lpaste.net/103005 /cc Wizek
2014-04-20 20:45:46 +0200 <mzero> please paste your code in the pastebin: s: http://lpaste.net/new/haskell
2014-04-20 20:33:03 +0200 <jesyspa> I'm using the Bound package and would like to allow abstraction for some types and prohibit it for others. I came up with this http://lpaste.net/103004 solution, but it fails due to the kind being infinite. Is there a (better) way to do this?
2014-04-20 19:51:46 +0200 <duhj> supki: sorry that was wrong code : http://lpaste.net/103002
2014-04-20 19:49:09 +0200 <duhj> supki: http://lpaste.net/102998
2014-04-20 19:44:25 +0200 <lambdabot> Haskell pastebin: http://lpaste.net/
2014-04-20 19:09:34 +0200 <fragamus> http://lpaste.net/102997
2014-04-20 18:43:04 +0200 <NickHu> This is my output from cabal install git-annex: http://lpaste.net/102994
2014-04-20 17:46:17 +0200 <pejo> lispy, http://lpaste.net/102989
2014-04-20 17:41:28 +0200 <lispy> like maybe paste the list to lpaste
2014-04-20 17:02:42 +0200 <quchen> orion: Like so? http://lpaste.net/102987 This recurses only on odd inputs, and reports+recurses on even ones.
2014-04-20 16:52:56 +0200 <quchen> orion: You can also maintain some state this way, http://lpaste.net/102986
2014-04-20 16:47:46 +0200 <quchen> orion: http://lpaste.net/102984
2014-04-20 10:14:52 +0200 <haasn> http://lpaste.net/102979
2014-04-20 03:28:26 +0200 <dwcook> I get an error while trying to install pipes-extra. Any ideas what to do? http://lpaste.net/102975
2014-04-20 03:07:51 +0200 <danilo2_> simon: It looks like who is implemented distribution independed, here is its code: http://lpaste.net/102974 . I'm thinking about making such library. As always - I prefer asking before making something new :)
2014-04-20 02:52:31 +0200 <artyomkazak> vermeille: to understand what's going on, consider this version: http://lpaste.net/102972
2014-04-20 02:43:30 +0200 <artyomkazak> vermeille: http://lpaste.net/102969
2014-04-20 02:26:11 +0200 <vermeille> (updated http://lpaste.net/102964)
2014-04-20 02:21:22 +0200 <vermeille> Please, no one to help me with this? I read the RWH chapter thrice without getting why '<-' doesn't get the value out of the Maybe... http://lpaste.net/102964
2014-04-20 01:51:07 +0200 <vermeille> How do I use monad transformers to make that work? http://lpaste.net/102964
2014-04-20 00:20:34 +0200 <monochrom> http://lpaste.net/102962
2014-04-20 00:19:13 +0200 <Smilex> mzero: http://lpaste.net/102961 <- Something like that?
2014-04-20 00:15:09 +0200 <Ankhers> http://lpaste.net/102960
2014-04-20 00:13:57 +0200 <mzero> http://lpaste.net/new/haskell
2014-04-19 23:02:15 +0200 <darthdeus> aloiscochard: hmm try doesn't seem to be helping, or at least I think I'm missing something with the types http://lpaste.net/102959
2014-04-19 23:00:40 +0200 <SwashBuckla> (Apologies for repost) Do you know what is going wrong here? http://lpaste.net/102897 It successfully compiles (unfortunately). I am trying to write a pandoc filter to replace a code block include with the parsed version of the document referred to in the namevar.
2014-04-19 21:58:56 +0200 <dmj`> monochrom: http://lpaste.net/102954
2014-04-19 21:32:54 +0200 <SwashBuckla> (Apologies for repost) Do you know what is going wrong here? http://lpaste.net/102897 It successfully compiles (unfortunately). I am trying to write a pandoc filter to replace a code block include with the parsed version of the specified document namevar.
2014-04-19 21:25:31 +0200 <quchen> orion: Here's another way of writing your parser: http://lpaste.net/102951 -- Maybe Alternative instance ("keep the first Just") based
2014-04-19 21:07:17 +0200 <quchen> Like so, http://lpaste.net/102950
2014-04-19 20:59:15 +0200 <jakex> is there a more elegant way of writing this function? http://lpaste.net/102949