2016-08-24 23:51:09 +0200 <lpaste> hexagoxel pasted “Gurkenglas” at http://lpaste.net/180172
2016-08-24 22:21:29 +0200 <lpaste> RiverDance revised “partially applied function troulbe”: “partially applied function troulbe” at http://lpaste.net/180128
2016-08-24 22:12:55 +0200 <lpaste> RiverDance pasted “partially applied function troulbe” at http://lpaste.net/180128
2016-08-24 21:55:05 +0200 <cocreature> ph88: there you go http://lpaste.net/180125
2016-08-24 21:34:58 +0200 <Gurkenglas> Jenaf, here's some example syntax http://lpaste.net/7198190391516987392
2016-08-24 20:08:12 +0200 <int-e> mniip: I have this old paste... have not tested it on newer ghc versions; the basic idea is to fix the balance of void tokens using IO's >>=: http://lpaste.net/74498
2016-08-24 19:18:36 +0200 <Gurkenglas> lpaste.net/7402444463290712064 why doesnt this work?
2016-08-24 17:37:12 +0200 <RiverDance> This is the code I wanted help for - http://lpaste.net/180078 - I am trying to generate a list of lists, each containing a different permutation of my input list... however I am having difficulties.
2016-08-24 17:25:20 +0200 <lpaste> RiverDance pasted “Permutations on a list” at http://lpaste.net/180078
2016-08-24 16:46:58 +0200 <lpaste> lambdafan pasted “what's wrong with my parser?” at http://lpaste.net/180071
2016-08-24 11:09:55 +0200 <Guest7289> ongy: http://lpaste.net/180027
2016-08-24 09:58:34 +0200 <Guest7289> well there actually is IO at some point. http://lpaste.net/180015 but that's a not a choice I made deliberately but rather got from the tutorial.
2016-08-24 09:46:57 +0200 <Guest7289> cocreature: hm, nope. http://lpaste.net/180012 I'm basically trying to pass the string yielded by stringLiteral to parseFile and return it's contents.
2016-08-24 05:50:25 +0200 <geshe> geekosaur: http://lpaste.net/179961
2016-08-24 04:26:37 +0200 <erisco> EvanR, dfeuer the link! http://lpaste.net/179952
2016-08-24 02:34:56 +0200 <puregreen> http://lpaste.net/179947
2016-08-24 00:00:57 +0200 <Profpatsch> barrucadu: http://lpaste.net/179931
2016-08-23 23:51:17 +0200 <lambdabot> https://github.com/chrisdone/lpaste/blob/master/src/Data/Time/Relative.hs
2016-08-23 23:36:33 +0200 <lpaste> merijn annotated “System F” with “System F (annotation)” at http://lpaste.net/179812#a179928
2016-08-23 23:34:13 +0200 <EvanR> well from the lpaste, it seems like there is enough there for some sort of rule to conclude that t = z
2016-08-23 23:11:02 +0200 <merijn> EvanR: i.e., take http://lpaste.net/179812
2016-08-23 22:41:42 +0200 <jdreaver> Is it possible to use associated type instances in a template Haskell declaration? For example: http://lpaste.net/179917
2016-08-23 20:14:42 +0200 <lpaste> Rudes pasted “hoogle error” at http://lpaste.net/179888
2016-08-23 20:13:51 +0200 <lambdabot> Haskell pastebin: http://lpaste.net/
2016-08-23 20:13:51 +0200 <hpc> @lpaste
2016-08-23 19:46:27 +0200 <lpaste> Rudes revised “credit_card_validate”: “credit_card_validate” at http://lpaste.net/179869
2016-08-23 19:33:27 +0200 <lpaste> lyxia annotated “ahem.hs” with “bsmt: warning, ugly hack” at http://lpaste.net/5542863004401401856#a179872
2016-08-23 19:25:39 +0200 <lpaste> Rudes pasted “credit_card_validate” at http://lpaste.net/179869
2016-08-23 19:25:02 +0200 <nitrix> Rudes: Paste on lpaste.net if you can.
2016-08-23 19:13:23 +0200 <bsmt> here's an example: http://lpaste.net/5542863004401401856
2016-08-23 19:03:23 +0200 <dominik> http://lpaste.net/179861
2016-08-23 16:33:23 +0200 <lpaste> lyxia annotated “Look ma, no brackets” with “Look JonReed, no brackets (annotation)” at http://lpaste.net/179820#a179824
2016-08-23 16:33:15 +0200 <lpaste> merijn annotated “Look ma, no brackets” with “Look ma, no brackets (annotation)” at http://lpaste.net/179820#a179823
2016-08-23 16:29:06 +0200 <JonReed> Hi, let's say I have a function `f` that has the following signature (IO a -> IO b -> IO a) and I want to write two do blocks right after it, but not use brackets. Is something like this possible? Here is an example: http://lpaste.net/179820
2016-08-23 14:37:21 +0200 <lpaste> merijn pasted “System F” at http://lpaste.net/179812