Applications

eerrrr. I think I got the wroooooong Haskell site

Submitted by metaperl on Fri, 04/01/2005 - 8:58pm.

While googling for a Haskell average function, I came across this:
http://haskell.date.com/dating/oklahoma.htm

Haskell dating. Find dates at Date.com's personals for Haskell, Oklahoma. Tired of speed dating? Try speed dating online with date.com. This free Haskell online dating site contains thousands of Haskell singles. Casual Haskell dating or serious Haskell relationships, are you single and lonely? Create a FREE Haskell singles ad and start dating online. Find your Haskell singles in Oklahoma, USA.

and of course we can't forget the data constructor right there on the website:

Haskell Singles | Haskell Personals | Haskell Chat | Haskell Speed Dating | Haskell Love |Haskell Christian Dating | Haskell Catholic Dating | Haskell Muslim Dating

Haskell Quotes

Submitted by metaperl on Wed, 03/30/2005 - 10:28pm.

We think of the tree as a first class value “all at once” but it is only materialised “piecemeal”

-- Simon PJ " Composing contracts: an adventure in financial engineering"

IRC snippets

Submitted by metaperl on Mon, 03/28/2005 - 8:32am.

[06:28] [autrijus] shapr: I'm changing the Pugs evaluator into a compiler
[06:28] [vegai] metaperl: yes
[06:28] [shapr] autrijus: yay!
[06:28] [autrijus] shapr: without touching a line in Eval.hs
[06:28] [shapr] wow
[06:28] [metaperl] ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
[06:28] [autrijus] shapr: simply by redefining the Eval monad and some TH magic

Parsec sample problems

Submitted by metaperl on Tue, 03/22/2005 - 3:29am.

I need some parsec help... the Main.hs in the intro examples has some issues. First it required an import Char for the digitToInt function... I added that... now the function factor is calling a function parens but there is no such function... changing parens to matching (another function) does no good as it yields type errors... the Parsec distro Main.hs is
here

Interview with Pugs creator Autrijus Tang

Submitted by simonmar on Tue, 03/08/2005 - 4:01am.

O'Reilly Perl.Com has an interesting interview with Autrijus Tang of Pugs fame.