2014-09-30 23:43:35 +0200 <yellowcalx> Cale: http://lpaste.net/111885
2014-09-30 23:42:02 +0200 <Cale> yellowcalx: Perhaps you could put the whole error on lpaste.net ?
2014-09-30 23:40:35 +0200 <lpaste> stolaruk pasted “Refactoring: code combining” at http://lpaste.net/111884
2014-09-30 23:12:35 +0200 <Kron> http://lpaste.net/7145742600245346304
2014-09-30 23:11:59 +0200 <merijn> Kron: lpaste the code +error?
2014-09-30 22:28:49 +0200 <lpaste> PatientZero pasted “my best answer to previous question” at http://lpaste.net/111882
2014-09-30 22:07:24 +0200 <lpaste> PatientZero pasted “How can I simplify this function?” at http://lpaste.net/111881
2014-09-30 21:52:07 +0200 <jacereda> so, is http://lpaste.net/111877 acceptable?
2014-09-30 21:38:25 +0200 <jacereda> http://lpaste.net/111877
2014-09-30 21:37:25 +0200 <jacereda> napping,shachaf, let me lpaste some code, maybe I'm just having an XY problem...
2014-09-30 20:05:33 +0200 <albeit> For anyone familiar with fast-logger, does it evaluate the log str before it adds it to the buffer? It seems to be doing so in this example... http://lpaste.net/111862. Is there any way to have it convert the time to a string in its own thread?
2014-09-30 17:33:51 +0200 <lpaste> tomejaguar pasted “Multiline warning” at http://lpaste.net/111853
2014-09-30 16:47:10 +0200 <albeit> From the lpaste, getTime (0.05) + writeTime (12.62) << getWriteTime (15.90)
2014-09-30 16:45:44 +0200 <albeit> I'm trying to time some functions, and getting odd results (http://lpaste.net/111851). Specifically, getting the system time and then writing it to text is significantly slower than the two steps individually... why would this be?
2014-09-30 08:19:15 +0200 <dmj`> lpaste.com
2014-09-30 06:47:21 +0200 <CrazyM4n> http://lpaste.net/7477792225615675392 vs http://lpaste.net/4295130122505158656
2014-09-30 06:46:36 +0200 <CrazyM4n> http://lpaste.net/7477792225615675392 vs http://lpaste.net/7477792225615675392
2014-09-30 06:33:46 +0200 <CrazyM4n> http://lpaste.net/7477792225615675392 Made a new one with harsher settings also
2014-09-30 06:25:50 +0200 <CrazyM4n> http://lpaste.net/4937926498666414080
2014-09-30 06:21:35 +0200 <matdes> http://lpaste.net/6355119926566453248 is the lpaste
2014-09-30 06:20:14 +0200 <matdes> any nitpicks on my exercism submission? http://exercism.io/submissions/45bf99bd4b2d9c156a914a92 (can upload to lpaste if desired)
2014-09-30 06:17:53 +0200 <CrazyM4n> So can anyone help think of any ways to make this code more efficient? http://lpaste.net/3350335264114343936
2014-09-30 01:43:17 +0200 <zenkeku> Hey guys! I'm having some unfortunate issues. I'm following the tutorial "Write Yourself A Scheme In 48 Hours," listed on the haskell website; specifically this page: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Write_Yourself_a_Scheme_in_48_Hours/First_Steps However, attempted to compile the first code example (http://lpaste.net/111836) provides this error: http://lpaste.net/111837
2014-09-30 00:31:26 +0200 <sclv> luite: the following, while ugly, should recover the for behaviour you want without changing the ast http://lpaste.net/6207089081231343616
2014-09-29 21:50:21 +0200 <Cale> beckyconning: http://lpaste.net/111826
2014-09-29 18:33:59 +0200 <rascal> this is better: http://lpaste.net/111819
2014-09-29 18:08:09 +0200 <vanila> shmookey, http://lpaste.net/111817
2014-09-29 17:45:12 +0200 <shmookey> having trouble getting the signature for a type-safe 'filter' right, any advice? http://lpaste.net/111817
2014-09-29 03:08:23 +0200 <mm_freak> i just had a proof of concept on lpaste somewhere
2014-09-29 01:30:07 +0200 <lpaste> merijn pasted “Implementations for open type family functio” at http://lpaste.net/111788
2014-09-28 20:48:48 +0200 <lpaste> gbwey pasted “parity” at http://lpaste.net/111780
2014-09-28 20:20:16 +0200 <vektor> Hey folks. Just given the first few lines of http://lpaste.net/111779 -those are the only imports and the only LANGUAGE definition-, is there any chance of anything malicious happening, in a non-IO function below?
2014-09-28 19:03:57 +0200 <freeman42> mauke, ok, there you go: http://lpaste.net/7818349670098272256
2014-09-28 18:55:51 +0200 <vanila> f-a: http://lpaste.net/111774
2014-09-28 16:28:32 +0200 <lpaste> yashi pasted “No title” at http://lpaste.net/111772