00:21:14 <pham> stepcut: no, the address the request is coming from
00:21:40 <stepcut> pham: ah, that is somewhere too, one moment
00:22:44 <stepcut> peer <- rqPeer <$> askRq
00:22:45 <stepcut> I think
00:22:49 <pham> ah
00:24:08 <stepcut> you writing one of those apps like, "You IP, xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, is showing on the Internet -- you could be at risk!"
00:27:09 <pham> just putting it in a log file
00:27:12 <pham> seems like a good idea
00:27:16 <pham> no good reason
00:27:38 <stepcut> ah
00:27:59 <stepcut> there is some logging stuff built in that does apache style logs as well.. not sure if that helps you or not
00:28:39 <pham> I don't understand how it works. I want to add more info to it
00:28:49 <pham> so I just created my own log file
00:28:53 <stepcut> :)
00:29:03 <stepcut> I don't really understand either.. someone should write a tutorial on that :p
00:29:33 <stepcut> mostly you do, logM "target log name" INFO $ "log string"
00:30:09 <stepcut> gotta buy some food for dinner, bbl.
00:35:03 <pham> hmm, is there a way to serve a single request?
22:46:12 <stepcut> pham: what do you mean by 'server a single request' ?
22:49:04 <stepcut> s/server/serve/