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GitLab page and Hakyll deployment. • r/gitlab


GitLab page and Hakyll deployment. • r/gitlab
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Submitted March 27, 2017 at 12:12AM by PacoVelobs
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How do people normally combine Snap and Reflex?


How do people normally combine Snap and Reflex?

Snap is the backend. Reflex is the front-end. Using both would allow full stack development in Haskell. 48 more words

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PSA: Hackage will be restarted later today


PSA: Hackage will be restarted later today

If everything goes according to plan, you may not even notice the downtime. You can track http://ift.tt/1qbTUrl for status updates as usual. 13 more words

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Does Haskell fully correspond to a formal calculus?


Does Haskell fully correspond to a formal calculus?

I've been hearing about how it's unusual for languages to be completely reducible to a formal calculus, specifically in context of reading up on DOT, the calculus that is meant to become the foundations for a future version of Scala. 140 more words

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Generics vs Polymorphism


Generics vs Polymorphism

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Haskell is a polymorphic language. And the example given is List data type and length function.

That article continues with the list of several ways of generic programming in Haskell without mentioning what this adds (or what is missing) to (from) the mentioned List and length examples. 28 more words

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[Haskell] multiple command line inputs that can be spilt


multiple command line inputs that can be spilt

Hi, I am working on a board that uses user input to create it. I need a fuction that can read a String and print the created board. 71 more words

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Haskell Lists Basic Questions


Haskell Lists Basic Questions

There are two questions on the Lists topic that confuse me and I was wondering if someone could provide me with an .hs file (or just upload the code here) so I can understand what I'm meant to be doing. 98 more words

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