19:06:33 <ozamosi|netbook> How do I get the client host/IP in a request from the happstack server? 19:09:00 <aavogt> rqPeer maybe? 19:10:13 <ozamosi|netbook> Ah, thanks. Why didn't I find that? :/ 22:14:57 <HugoDaniel> shizzz 22:15:07 <HugoDaniel> i decided to work out some web app in php 22:15:18 <HugoDaniel> thinking that it would be faster than using haskell/happs 22:15:25 <HugoDaniel> and it is taking more time :( 22:16:39 <stepcut> HugoDaniel: yes.. happstack is designed to be faster to develop with than php :) 22:17:09 <HugoDaniel> next time i know :P 22:23:15 <HugoDaniel> maybe im still in time to change this stuff 22:23:18 <HugoDaniel> maybe... 22:23:24 <HugoDaniel> i hate the $_REQUEST :( 22:23:28 <HugoDaniel> its so... error prone 22:35:21 <stepcut> yep 22:39:42 <ozamosi|netbook> I'm still very much a happs/haskell noob, but despite it taking longer to get something that runs, compared to Django or PHP, every time it does I get this warm-fuzzy feeling that it won't break down in the middle of the night because I forgot to test some edge case: if ghc says my code works, it works :D 22:42:58 <stepcut> :) 22:49:15 <fxr> oh yes, especially when you have emacs with ghc-mod, you'll instantaneously see the errors when writing your code.