--- Log opened Wed Sep 16 00:00:36 2009
04:46 < luap> hello
04:47 < luap> i tried this example of macid:  http://tutorial.happstack.com/src/FirstMacid.hs
04:47 < luap> but i keep getting a corrupted state
04:48 < luap> its not really corrupted but I have problems with the lock file
04:48 < luap> *** Exception: _local/<interactive>_state.lock: openFd: already exists (File exists)
04:48 < luap> i do shutdown the program correctly
04:48 < luap> is this a known problem?
05:13 < luap> found the problem, shutdownSystem code on the TxControl was missing :s
05:14 < luap> too bad the examples are not checked for errors
05:18 < luap> well i learned the importance of that function now so i hope that was the learning goal :P
08:14 < burp> :D
09:31 < aavogt> actually, if you remove the .lock file, nothing turns out to be corrupted
12:20 < burp> anyone using haskelldb here? I'm trying to insert data into a table without specifing "id"
12:21 < burp> which is automatically set
12:22 < burp> but it seems I have to specify all fields
12:23 < burp> to insert something
14:12 < dons> new release of Data.Binary, Lemmih
14:12 < dons> reading is fasttter.
16:27  * stepcut is 'fixing' FileServe by mostly rewriting it 
16:29 < aavogt> stepcut: is it able to generate directory indexes?
16:29 < stepcut> aavogt: it will be when I am done
16:29 < aavogt> that's good to hear
16:30 < stepcut> or, at the very least, it will be easy to add support for that
16:30 < stepcut> it will also be possible to serve files whose name in the request is different than the name of the file on the disk
16:31 < stepcut> or serve content from a Handle if you want
17:47 < stepcut> and when you use fileServe, you will be able to provide your own map of additional mime-types
17:48 < aavogt> it looks like you can already...
17:49 < stepcut> oh ?
17:49 < stepcut> perhaps with fileServe' ?
17:49 < stepcut> though, that one does not use sendfile
17:49 < stepcut> (and isn't exported)
17:49 < stepcut> explain!
17:56 < stepcut> oh, with doIndex perhaps
17:59 < stepcut> sort of
18:00 < stepcut> not really
--- Log closed Thu Sep 17 00:00:38 2009