|dino-||It's in Control.Arrow.ArrowList|
> :m + Control.Arrow.ArrowList
Could not find module `Control.Arrow.ArrowList':
|Syzygy-||I seem to be missing something.|
|dino-||Cale: Ok, I'll take a look at that. Normally, each of these arrows is making a list anyway, but then the subsequent arrows operate on each item in that list.|
This must do something different, what you're suggesting with the listA.
Syzygy-: Yeah, I see it in the Haddock docs for HXT.
That's a couple major version numbers old.
|dino-||Er, that's the docs I found somewhere.|
|dino-||Yeah, what I have here compiled and installed is 7.1 :o|
|Cale||That's always the current documentation.|
|Syzygy-||There. hxt 6.1 on its way in.|
|dino-||Don't know how I got those docs.|
|Syzygy-||Mmmmmm. Network.HTTP.Base64 -- I might end up liking that.|
|dino-||Cale: Thank you, about the listA. I'll take a look at that.|
|sorear||nrb23: what does pcap_next return?|
|nrb23||foreign import ccall pcap_next :: Ptr PcapTag -> Ptr PktHdr -> IO (Ptr Word8)|
|Cale||Syzygy-: You mean 7.1?|
|Syzygy-||No, I think I mean 6.1.|
gentoo, emerge hxt, let it do what it likes...
|action||Syzygy- doesn't want to think unless really necessary. :P|
|Syzygy-||doesn't want to think unless really necessary. :P|
Hmmmm. Building 36 of 107: it may take a while before I have it all here.
Cale: Did I poke you about my specification yet btw?
|sorear||nrb23: does pcap_next return or save a pointer into the header?|
|action||Syzygy- is supposed to write a project specification for a CAS in Haskell till ... well ... friday next week.|
|Syzygy-||is supposed to write a project specification for a CAS in Haskell till ... well ... friday next week.|
|nrb23||sorear: it returns a pointer|
|Syzygy-||After that we'll decide whether I should actually write the CAS too.|
|sorear||nrb23: well, I can tell that much from the signature. but the only manpage doesn't say what it points *to*|
|matthew-_||how do I prevent ghci from reading compiled output?|