01:08:47 <dimday> hi. just wanted to ask if it's possible to use Text.Reform to make dynamic lists of subforms. Kinda like this one. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12769153/digestive-functors-with-a-variable-number-of-subforms-snap-heist
03:21:36 <stepcut> dimday: in theory, yes -- but the low-level code has not been implemented yet. hoping to look at MFlow for much fancier forms sometime in the future
03:25:31 <dimday> stepcut: thanks for clearing it up. I've been trying to look into reform, Is the problem because of the limits FormRange puts on the FormIds? Anyway, my planned work around is to use RqData methods themselves for those specific forms that need this behavior.
03:39:16 <dimday> stepcut. By the way I've been using reform with hamlet for a project and here are some extensions I've built in the process. https://gist.github.com/amcvega/6059678
03:42:36 <dimday> may or may not be readable. haha
21:33:06 <jonkri> I would like to use Happstack to proxy a request to transparently proxy a request to /blah to <http://localhost:8000/blah>. Is that possible?
21:33:22 <jonkri> s/proxy a request to/
21:33:52 <stepcut> jonkri: I know that this module exists, but I have no idea what it is really for, http://happstack.com/docs/happstack-server-7.0.2/doc/html/happstack-server/Happstack-Server-Proxy.html
21:34:22 <jonkri> stepcut: Yeah, I was looking at that page to. Couldn't really figure out what it was about. :-P
21:34:50 <jonkri> Thanks though. :->