2016-05-02 23:42:22 +0200 <geekosaur> and as lpaste keeps reminding me, intercalate " " is unwords >.>
2016-05-02 21:51:25 +0200 <Aruro> any suggestions to improve this test directory traversal code ? http://lpaste.net/162171
2016-05-02 21:08:12 +0200 <montanonic> amnn, ski: http://lpaste.net/5490745418805411840
2016-05-02 13:16:30 +0200 <akegalj> how can I create MonadReader instance of this type http://lpaste.net/6224407003549138944 ? I would like to create MonadReader on type s (the same way it is for MonadState)
2016-05-02 06:19:41 +0200 <hackrilege> its usually pretty quiet just now, but if anyone is online and could help me with the bug at the bottom of this paste that would be swell http://lpaste.net/162079
2016-05-02 02:05:47 +0200 <amnn_> tobiasBo1, http://lpaste.net/162072
2016-05-02 02:01:33 +0200 <slaterr> tobiasBo1 give this a try, same concept. http://lpaste.net/162071
2016-05-01 23:17:00 +0200 <maerwald> http://lpaste.net/162063 I can't find this function, is it too specific?
2016-05-01 19:59:43 +0200 <mfukar> oconnorct1, how about this: http://lpaste.net/162044
2016-05-01 18:56:14 +0200 <lambdabot> Haskell pastebin: http://lpaste.net/
2016-05-01 16:53:35 +0200 <lpaste> tippenein pasted “constraint ‘MonadReader Object from forM” at http://lpaste.net/162035
2016-05-01 13:36:15 +0200 <saurabhnanda> lpaste is down
2016-05-01 07:33:41 +0200 <haskell177> Is there a way to use "hole" in type? I want to do something like this http://lpaste.net/162021
2016-05-01 05:08:18 +0200 <Grasshopper> Stack is failing to perform a sanity check for GHC (I'm following the user guide). http://lpaste.net/162020
2016-05-01 03:13:30 +0200 <haskell177> I don't get why I got errors if I don't add the type to integer literals http://lpaste.net/162018
2016-05-01 02:54:35 +0200 <ertes> erisco: this one is a real sieve: http://lpaste.net/162017
2016-05-01 02:54:11 +0200 <lpaste> ertes pasted “Pure prime sieve” at http://lpaste.net/162017
2016-05-01 01:26:09 +0200 <ertesx> EvanR, orion: http://lpaste.net/162014
2016-05-01 00:42:02 +0200 <haskell177> What is illegal instance and why does I get that error here? http://lpaste.net/162007
2016-04-30 23:07:43 +0200 <maerwald> can someone explain why test3 has different behavior than test2 here http://lpaste.net/162004
2016-04-30 16:22:00 +0200 <runeks> Is there a simple way (avoiding boilerplate) to apply the same (overloaded) function to all the types contained in this data type? http://lpaste.net/161991
2016-04-30 14:59:11 +0200 <lpaste> Cale revised “lol”: “lol” at http://lpaste.net/161986
2016-04-30 14:56:42 +0200 <lpaste> Cale pasted “lol” at http://lpaste.net/161986
2016-04-30 14:41:06 +0200 <maerwald> am I missing this function somewhere? http://lpaste.net/161984
2016-04-30 13:28:33 +0200 <int-index> I'm trying to define a type-restricted proxy# and this is what I get http://lpaste.net/161983
2016-04-30 06:00:18 +0200 <watChmeFly_> http://lpaste.net/161976
2016-04-30 05:48:34 +0200 <watChmeFly_> http://lpaste.net/161974
2016-04-30 05:47:49 +0200 <ertes> http://lpaste.net/161348 ⇐ fibonacci logarithmic in the argument, using the closed formula
2016-04-30 05:32:56 +0200 <lpaste> watChmeFly pasted “fib1” at http://lpaste.net/161974
2016-04-30 05:32:40 +0200 <lambdabot> Haskell pastebin: http://lpaste.net/
2016-04-30 05:04:58 +0200 <lpaste> sm annotated “No title” with “No title (annotation)” at http://lpaste.net/161973#a759332930689433600
2016-04-30 05:03:25 +0200 <lpaste> watChmeFly pasted “No title” at http://lpaste.net/161973
2016-04-30 05:02:45 +0200 <lambdabot> Haskell pastebin: http://lpaste.net/
2016-04-30 05:02:45 +0200 <sm> also, http://lpaste.net if you want to show it
2016-04-30 03:28:45 +0200 <Clint> EvanR: i tried that in lambdabot locally and it produced http://lpaste.net/161972