Experimental IRC log happs-2008-06-03

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07:40:52<Awson>Hi
07:41:07<Awson>In the following settings: HAppS-0.9.2.1, binary-0.4.2 compiled with ghc-6.8.2 under WinXP SP2 - _any_ sample that uses State fails with "too few bytes. Failed reading at byte position ..."
07:42:14<Lemmih>Try deleting the _local/ directory.
07:42:57<Awson>It obviously works, but how can I persist my state then?
07:44:57<Awson>Is this a (de)serialization problem?
07:45:43<Lemmih>It's a corruption problem.
07:46:14<Lemmih>Does this happen if you don't create a checkpoint?
07:47:54<Awson>Yep.
07:47:55<Awson>Could it be some kind of text/binary windows file writing/reading issue?
07:48:20<Lemmih>Does this happen if you do create a checkpoint?
07:50:35<Awson>If I create checkpoint I can (re)start without problem, but this error pops up later
07:51:58<Lemmih>It works for me. I'm not sure how to help.
09:13:40<tphyahoo>I have been working on an alternate version of happs.org: http://rippledeals.com:8000/
09:14:05<tphyahoo>This is what I would advise people that want to get acquainted with happs to do.
09:14:15<tphyahoo>Any chance this could replace what is at happs.org ?
09:15:10<tphyahoo>mainly changes to Getting Started and Examples
09:15:22<tphyahoo>I found that searchpath was more of a hindrance than a help in practice, so advise to use cabal-install
14:37:47<Awson>Returning to "corruption" problem. I've built my sample under both linux and windows. It seems both *correctly* write and windows incorrectly reads saved state
14:38:30<Awson>i can read the "windows" state under linux *correctly*
14:44:27<Awson>I've manually replaced state files for linux sample with those saved under windows. All went OK
14:45:08<Lemmih>Weird.
14:45:44<Awson>So windows sample *cannot read correct data*
14:45:52<Awson>No corruption&
14:45:54<Awson>?
20:13:55<gidyn>Hi, I'm interested in using Haskell for web programming. WASH has some interesting ideas, but Happs seems to be the only package that's actively maintained. However, the little information I can find seems to suggest that Happs focuses on URL routing and state. Does it also handle martialing values to/from forms and callbacks in the way that WASH does? Are there any examples?
20:16:24<gidyn>In other words, I'm looking for something which takes the Seaside approach, whereas Happs seems to take the Ruby-on-Rails approach.
20:41:50<Mr_You>wish I could help gidyn, but it doesn't seem there are any production quality web development frameworks available. yhc/javascript is interesting.
20:49:53<gidyn>Thanks, looks interesting. I'm not particularly interested in "production quality", just something I can play with. I'll take a look.
21:15:29<thomashartman1>how do I match a call with an empty path, eg http://localhost:5000 ?
21:15:40<thomashartman1>dir "" loginSPs
21:15:45<thomashartman1>gets skipped
22:44:58<Lemmih>thomashartman1: loginSPs

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