2015-11-24 22:27:58 +0100 <lpaste_> geppettodivacin revised “kurushii Animation shrinking rect”: “kurushii Animation shrinking rect” at http://lpaste.net/145910
2015-11-24 22:22:40 +0100 <Guest50526> http://lpaste.net/145911
2015-11-24 22:14:57 +0100 <lpaste_> geppettodivacin pasted “kurushii Animation shrinking rect” at http://lpaste.net/145910
2015-11-24 21:48:45 +0100 <rpfun> edwardk: i was wondering if you could take a quick look at this haskell http://lpaste.net/2660920243475447808 and say if there are any obvious speedups? i know you have spoken about performance/math in hasekll before
2015-11-24 21:44:05 +0100 <rpfun> i asked this before but got disconnected; i have two prime number sieves, one in python: http://lpaste.net/5262323772215525376 and one in haskell http://lpaste.net/2660920243475447808 . my implementation in haskell, although imperative, runs MUCH faster than the haskell package Data.Numbers.Primes for large inputs. It's still slower than the python, and i was wondering if anyone had any advice on how to make it competitive? i'd like to
2015-11-24 21:42:33 +0100 <cabbibo> kadoban http://lpaste.net/145908
2015-11-24 21:41:37 +0100 <lpaste_> geppettodivacin revised “kurushii Animation”: “kurushii Animation” at http://lpaste.net/145905
2015-11-24 21:38:40 +0100 <lpaste_> geppettodivacin pasted “kurushii Animation” at http://lpaste.net/145905
2015-11-24 21:36:53 +0100 <cabbibo> kabodan yes, there is the usual http://lpaste.net/145904
2015-11-24 21:25:46 +0100 <geppettodivacin> kurushii: pastebin. Or lpaste.net.
2015-11-24 21:17:05 +0100 <cabbibo> http://lpaste.net/145903 Is basically whats going on, where I am trying to make a lens that I can use later in the program, but if I import that module somwhere where it is actually used, it says there is a naked expression...
2015-11-24 20:46:10 +0100 <rpfun> I was trying to compare python vs haskell for numerics, and wrote a prime number sieve in both (using the same algorithm). Here is the haskell: http://lpaste.net/2660920243475447808 , here is the python: http://lpaste.net/5262323772215525376 . I have gotten the haskell to within ~12-20% of the python, but it is still slower, and I was wondering if there was anything obvious that can be done?
2015-11-24 18:46:30 +0100 <hakrilege> aweinstock http://lpaste.net/145897
2015-11-24 18:41:23 +0100 <NemesisD> kadoban: here's my stack.yaml http://lpaste.net/699207924030898176
2015-11-24 18:40:53 +0100 <kadoban> NemesisD: The stack.yaml specifying thing is a bit not great. If you lpaste the stack.yaml I'll try to see if it looks right at least.
2015-11-24 18:39:33 +0100 <aweinstock> hakrilege: where's an lpaste of the relevant code?
2015-11-24 18:38:44 +0100 <NemesisD> kadoban: http://lpaste.net/699207924030898176
2015-11-24 18:35:52 +0100 <kadoban> NemesisD: Can you lpaste the stack.yaml ?
2015-11-24 16:13:43 +0100 <lpaste_> ocramz pasted “polymorphic Storable interface” at http://lpaste.net/145884
2015-11-24 15:54:29 +0100 <dmj> orion: this is what I'm referring to http://lpaste.net/145882
2015-11-24 13:29:07 +0100 <merijn> m1dnight_: Can you lpaste a minimal example?
2015-11-24 10:35:38 +0100 <lpaste_> frerich annotated “typetest.hs” with “typetest.hs (annotation)” at http://lpaste.net/145875#a145876
2015-11-24 10:26:42 +0100 <lpaste_> hc pasted “typetest.hs” at http://lpaste.net/145875
2015-11-24 10:11:00 +0100 <lpaste_> hc pasted “whatIsTheTypeSignatureOfSomeFunc.hs” at http://lpaste.net/145874
2015-11-24 03:08:32 +0100 <pavonia> Given the following definitions http://lpaste.net/145864 is there a way to allow the user to use getFoo without being able to use the functions from FooC directly?
2015-11-24 01:20:41 +0100 <louispan> http://lpaste.net/145858#a145861
2015-11-24 01:17:55 +0100 <lpaste_> louispan annotated “MonadFree instance for RandT” with “MonadFree instance for RandT (annotation) (annotation)” at http://lpaste.net/145858#a145861
2015-11-23 23:12:35 +0100 <lpaste_> jle` annotated “MonadFree instance for RandT” with “MonadFree instance for RandT (annotation)” at http://lpaste.net/145858#a145859
2015-11-23 23:11:46 +0100 <louispan> jle: I'm lost... I can't see your change in http://lpaste.net/145858
2015-11-23 23:03:25 +0100 <louispan> http://lpaste.net/145858
2015-11-23 22:33:41 +0100 <lpaste_> r24y revised “lists-of-lists.hs”: “No title” at http://lpaste.net/145851
2015-11-23 22:33:14 +0100 <lpaste_> r24y pasted “lists-of-lists.hs” at http://lpaste.net/145851
2015-11-23 15:30:55 +0100 <akegalj> can someone help me with this one http://lpaste.net/145830 ?
2015-11-23 15:30:30 +0100 <lpaste_> akegalj pasted “pattern matching question” at http://lpaste.net/145830
2015-11-23 10:32:14 +0100 <lpaste_> nshepperd annotated “multiplication” with “multiplication (cleaner)” at http://lpaste.net/145826#a145827