Experimental IRC log happs-2007-04-01

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These logs are provided as an experiment in indexing discussions using IRCHub.py, Irc2RDF.hs, and SIOC.

22:24:55<spacecowboy_>so, i may be missing somthing obvious, but is there a function in happs to parse arguments from a GET query string?
22:30:14<dibblego>splitAt?
22:32:58<spacecowboy_>splitAt?
22:33:37<dibblego>?type splitAt
22:33:55<dibblego>dibblego> ?type splitAt
22:33:55<dibblego><lambdabot> forall a. Int -> [a] -> ([a], [a])
22:34:26<spacecowboy_>yea, i see what it does -- so the answer is "no, you gotta write it your own" ?
22:34:37<dibblego>I'm just guessing
22:35:19<spacecowboy_>thats really weird... it seems like thats a common thing to want to do :P
22:37:28<sorear>Grr.
22:37:45<sorear>Now, if only the bot had some sort of ACID mechanism... ;-)
22:38:11<sorear>@users
22:38:12<lambdabot>Maximum users seen in #happs: 18, currently: 14 (77.8%), active: 2 (14.3%)
23:52:17<Saizan>spacecowboy: you can use lookS on the Request as you would do with a POST one to get the values from the GET query
23:53:38<spacecowboy_>oh cool.
23:54:06<Saizan>related functions are in HAppS.Protocols.MessageWrap
23:55:05<spacecowboy_>awesome, that was going to be the next question. thanks :)
23:56:00<Saizan>np :)

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