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del.icio.us/haskell - Mon, 12/30/2013 - 1:48am
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del.icio.us/haskell - Sun, 12/29/2013 - 3:25pm
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vpaste.net

del.icio.us/haskell - Sun, 12/29/2013 - 3:25pm
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vpaste.net

del.icio.us/haskell - Sun, 12/29/2013 - 3:25pm
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vpaste.net

del.icio.us/haskell - Sun, 12/29/2013 - 3:25pm
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gist.github.com

del.icio.us/haskell - Sun, 12/29/2013 - 3:25pm
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del.icio.us/haskell - Sun, 12/29/2013 - 3:25pm
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Joachim Breitner: Sim Serim as a browser game

Planet Haskell - Sun, 12/29/2013 - 3:08pm

Recently, I gave the very elegant board game “Sim Serim” away as a present, without actually playing it, leaving me curious about the game. One can easily play it on paper (you just need a paper, and 4 tokens like coins for each player, BoardGameGeek has English rules the of game), but I took this as an opportunity to learn more about HTML5 canvas and nodejs, and so I created the browser game “Sum Serum”, implementing the game mechanics of “Sim Serim”. You can play it locally with two people, or over the network. Contributions are welcome! Especially slicker graphics...

In other news, given that in recent years I became one, I’m on BoardGameGeek myself now, see my profile there.

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JP Moresmau: EclipseFP 2.5.6 released

Planet Haskell - Sun, 12/29/2013 - 12:17pm
It's my pleasure to announce a new version of the Eclipse plugins for Haskell development, version 2.5.6! This is a minor, bug fixing release. The release notes can be found here.

To install, just point Eclipse to the update site: http://eclipsefp.sf.net/updates.

I expect that the next version will be a 2.6 with more features, as hopefully I'll have more free time.

Happy Haskell Hacking!


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Announcing Raskell

del.icio.us/haskell - Sun, 12/29/2013 - 8:18am
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Question on nested State monads.

haskell-cafe - Sun, 12/29/2013 - 4:24am
Hi all, If I want to use a second, nested State monad inside another State monad, must I thread the outer monad’s state through the processing of the inner one, even if the inner one falls out of scope before I return from the processing body of the outer one? Thanks, -db
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The problem with Integer.

Haskell on Reddit - Sat, 12/28/2013 - 7:18pm
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Name for the following combinators?

haskell-cafe - Sat, 12/28/2013 - 5:47pm
Dear all, Recently I have found myself using these two combinators a lot: http://lpaste.net/97643 They basically allow composition of any m satisfying (Monad m, Traversable m). I have been thinking about moving them to a separate package and giving them better names (in the original paper, they are simply called join and bind). Does anyone have a better suggestion for the name of the package, module and the two combinators? Should they be called joinDefault, or simply called join and bind to be imported with a qualifier? This might be a bicycle-shed question, but I tend to find stylistic questions important when it comes to improving clarity and readability. Best wishes, Hans
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