#haskell - Wed 28 Mar 2007 between 00:00 and 00:07

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dmeadsorear
yo
in emacs22
do you find that it doesn't chase your modules?
soreardmead: chase?
dmeadif you import modules that you've written
in the same directory as the file you're loading
it should automatically find them
this seems to be not working for me in emacs22
sorearhaha. No, it's not that easy.
Change to *haskell* and M-x cd
dmead=/
ah
thats done automatically in 21
HMM
jcreighyou ever write like 80 lines of Haskell, and then wonder, "hmm, is this going to parse and typecheck?" :)
chessguyprocyon112: the patch is applied, whenever you want to get it
dmwitThe problem with Haskell is that it's so dense, it takes forever to read it.
actionsorear often postpones typechecking until the entire program has been written
sorearoften postpones typechecking until the entire program has been written
chessguy@quote one.page
lambdabotdarius says: I imagine XSLT programmers say "It's a one pager" the way most other programmers say "It's a one liner".
sorear@quote 2.lines
chessguyon that note, bed-time!
lambdabotglguy says: in true Haskell form, after I realized what I was actually doing... all my functions melted down to about 2 lines each
donsdmwit: practice helps a lot.
dmwit=)
Then practice I shall.
sorearFound my first typechecker bug today :)
donsi find i can write rather large chunks of haskell now, and it often type checks first go. its a bit scary when that happens.
sorear@quote type.?checked
lambdabotscsibug says: i could have sworn it was incorrect until it type-checked
dmwitOh, writing is easy. It's reading that's hard. ;-)
zbrown@quote
lambdabotAlanna says: Saying that Java is nice because it works on all OS's is like saying that anal sex is nice because it works on all genders.
zbrownlol
jcreighdmwit: BTW, tiling mode per workspace is so nice...
dmwit++
donsyeah.
does dwm have that (no?)
dmwitIt wasn't me...

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