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That's one reason we built Beaker and released it as open source: What in God's name is Arch doing to nearly septuple the size of this package— and more to the point, does anyone know any way of getting it to not do FSMaxB commented on 2013-06-03 20:17 I can confirm the problem you experienced with totally different packages, even with my own PKGBUILDs and they work fine when doing it manually, no clue Glome is a ray tracer written in Haskell. his comment is here

Regardless, I'll try them out myself and see what happens. ATM just for x86_64, but I'm building them for i686 as I write this and they should hit the repos during the day. No one is wringing their hands about what language the libraries are written in unless you are trying to write one of those libraries.Working professionals use Python for scientific software because Use OpenID Login with Google pantsbuild.pants.contrib.haskell 0.0.70 Download pantsbuild.pants.contrib.haskell-0.0.70.tar.gz Haskell pants plugin Latest Version: 0.0.79 Pants is an Apache2 licensed build tool written in Python.The latest documentation can be found `here

Not just mentally but in how you invest. it's like a little kid proudly telling his parents he finally used the toilet properly only for them to find he completely missed the bowl. The meetings are usually on the second Monday of the month. This is natural.

The fact that you can freely cast your way out of any situation doesn't really make it a dynamic language, anymore than Java reflection or bytecode rewriting makes Java a dynamic stephanbeta commented on 2013-02-17 13:01 @fosskers: rebuilding those three worked, thanks! The only releases to be made on Aura 1 after this will be of `1.3.0.x`. It is just a big function that gets reevaluated as the input changes.

I'll also show an interactive visualization of the in-memory graph that allows you to navigate it hierarchically which makes a great debugging tool. Website Monday Feb 10, 2014 pdxfunc: Portland Functional Programming Study Group 7–9pm Janrain Headquarters See the mailing list for details on this month's agenda:!forum/pdxfunc Jake Brownson will report on the Many Java developers vehemently oppose addition of operator overloading into the language, as if it were the root of all evil. Suite 300; Portland, OR 97204 For details (including an abstract and speaker bio), please see our blog post: An RSVP is not required; but feel free to drop a line

The name is well suited, Yegge really understands how code works.Why hack on it? test0 commented on 2014-08-14 14:09 I'm not, but there has been an interesting development today: ghc is now supposed to be '<5.0', which is of course sort of bogus. I mostly use R "as a consumer" i.e. I mean, just sending a message could entail one of objc_msgSend, obj_msgSend_stret or objc_msgSend_fpret, and which one you want to use is not always as clear-cut as you might prefer ( Evidence: "The Journal Trends in Functional Programming" also list R as a functional programming language.R is an environment and functional programming language for statistical data analysis and visualization. RSVP via the Meetup group. He got the idea right, he only omitted to mention that these line can split multiple dimensions. stock_toaster 1525 days ago Your comment about cable news made me think. dictionaries with fields) having terrible numeric performance.

What people meant by "binary repo" is for you to create a repo that can be added to pacman.conf. Setup: At least the following dependencies are missing: curl -any, json -any, regex-pcre -any ==> ERROR: A failure occurred in build(). Truth is not democratic.You can make any title more accurate by making it longer and more specific, but picking a good title is a trade off against other things as well. koomi commented on 2014-07-24 11:45 Updating aura fails with: The dependency `haskell-lens` demands version `<4.3`, but the most recent version is `4.3.1-1`.

Website Tuesday Jan 10, 2012 Galois Tech Talk (1 of 3 next week!): Formalizing Haskell 98 in the K Semantic Framework 10:30–11:30am Galois, Inc Presented by David Lazar Formal semantics is purefn commented on 2014-05-07 19:55 If aura was put on Hackage, then i686 and x86_64 would be created for it. Furthermore, we use Haskell’s property-checker QuickCheck to automatically generate real-time parameters for simulation. weblink The build fails partway through.

My hope is to provoke a discussion about the problem. Another commenter linked to which makes the statement that "the design space is very highly dimensioned, perhaps infinitely so". I've resorted to installing aura-bin, which works fine.

Now, I don't see why aura couldn't be put on Hackage.

I'm very excited about that. carterschonwald 919 days ago Luite is probably going to announce something like that in a few days. It really does.It boils down to cost vs benefit, actual studies, and mathematical axioms, not aesthetics or feelings.> How we ship products doesn't matter. Then after X hours, you stop both and see how far they've gotten.I think the argument then is that you might find that the C programmer hasn't yet solved the problem, And in danger of what?

Adding the haskell-core repo fixed this for me fosskers commented on 2014-01-06 06:18 ------- - Happy New Year! - makepkg's `--ignorearch` flag is now visible to Aura. Trust me, it's better. blinxwang commented on 2014-07-16 23:55 I'm getting the error message "AUR API lookup failed. check over here dahankzter commented on 2013-05-03 18:23 I have so much trouble updating Aura itself all the time...

Whole-namespace imports.