2014-10-29 23:57:26 +0100 <lpaste> glguy pasted “checking requests?” at http://lpaste.net/113422
2014-10-29 23:48:06 +0100 <lpaste> cdk pasted “either error handling” at http://lpaste.net/113418
2014-10-29 23:34:33 +0100 <torpet> glguy: http://lpaste.net/5510932405046738944
2014-10-29 23:20:25 +0100 <torpet> I have been trying to debug this function the last 30 mins, but to no avail: http://lpaste.net/4057800292836573184
2014-10-29 22:38:44 +0100 <torpet> indiagreen: i was using ++ until a few days ago when i discovered lpaste. lpaste recommends the : syntax
2014-10-29 22:33:53 +0100 <torpet> why is the following code not working? http://lpaste.net/701086766064467968
2014-10-29 21:45:39 +0100 <torpet> Fuuzetsu: http://lpaste.net/2885392495837970432
2014-10-29 18:24:41 +0100 <torpet> http://lpaste.net/1658198379479433216
2014-10-29 10:26:48 +0100 <lpaste> jstolarek pasted “sanity check, please” at http://lpaste.net/113391
2014-10-29 09:37:09 +0100 <lpaste> pjdelport annotated “palindrones” with “Functional pipeline style” at http://lpaste.net/113383#a113387
2014-10-29 09:28:31 +0100 <ThreeOfEight> komanda: http://lpaste.net/113386
2014-10-29 09:16:12 +0100 <lpaste> solatis pasted “Can I get rid of this `forever` loop in my code and use monadic mapping or something?” at http://lpaste.net/113384
2014-10-29 09:12:52 +0100 <komanda> This is what I have: http://lpaste.net/113383
2014-10-29 07:28:38 +0100 <lpaste> solatis pasted “Producer / Consumer / Workers” at http://lpaste.net/113382
2014-10-29 04:33:30 +0100 <codygman-> ghci turned my "Fruit" into "main::Interactive.Fruit" and I am bewildered: http://lpaste.net/113378
2014-10-29 01:25:17 +0100 <hexagoxel> see http://lpaste.net/113371
2014-10-29 01:08:23 +0100 <bitonic> is there a known bug in the code that checks class cycles? because 7.8.3 loops when type checking <http://lpaste.net/113369>
2014-10-28 23:57:54 +0100 <pold> I'm trying use cabal test, however, I get the error "could not find module Data.Vector". However my library has "build-depends: vector" and my test-suite has "build-depends haggressive (the name of my library"). Code at http://lpaste.net/113364
2014-10-28 23:57:43 +0100 <lpaste> pold pasted “cabal test” at http://lpaste.net/113364
2014-10-28 22:36:39 +0100 <lpaste> pold pasted “Cabal build-depends #2” at http://lpaste.net/113361
2014-10-28 22:16:45 +0100 <lpaste> pold pasted “Cabal build-depends” at http://lpaste.net/113359
2014-10-28 22:14:57 +0100 <lambdabot> http://lpaste.net/new/haskell
2014-10-28 22:14:57 +0100 <albeit> @where lpaste
2014-10-28 21:32:03 +0100 <vanila> Bubblegum, like this http://lpaste.net/113356
2014-10-28 21:23:31 +0100 <Bubblegum> vanila, here it comes :http://lpaste.net/113353
2014-10-28 21:22:44 +0100 <lpaste> Bubblegum pasted “sumlist” at http://lpaste.net/113353
2014-10-28 21:15:24 +0100 <vanila> zeitgeist, like this might be a bit more efficient too: http://lpaste.net/113351
2014-10-28 19:44:28 +0100 <lpaste> pharpend revised “More efficent dropAt”: “No title” at http://lpaste.net/113346
2014-10-28 19:40:37 +0100 <pharpend> sinelaw: http://lpaste.net/113346
2014-10-28 19:40:24 +0100 <lpaste> pharpend pasted “More efficent dropAt” at http://lpaste.net/113346
2014-10-28 19:35:31 +0100 <pharpend> cryzed: http://lpaste.net/113342 <- updated it, it now sends back an error
2014-10-28 19:27:20 +0100 <pharpend> cryzed: either way, this is probably better - http://lpaste.net/113342
2014-10-28 19:24:49 +0100 <pharpend> cryzed: Here's a (marginally) more idiomatic way - http://lpaste.net/113341
2014-10-28 19:20:54 +0100 <cryzed> I'm relatively new to Haskell and wrote this: http://lpaste.net/113339. Intended use is to simply being able to remove a single element at a certain index from an array. Is this a good/efficient/idiomatic way to do it?
2014-10-28 17:58:07 +0100 <phz> http://lpaste.net/113336