tutorial site back up Re: [Haskell-cafe] Version 0.4.3 of happs-tutorial is a HAppS job board, done in HAppS.

Thomas Hartman tphyahoo at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 07:18:34 EDT 2008

Well, at least I know people are trying to read the tutorial :)

I'll say a few words about what happened.

The underlying problem is that HAppS dies unpredictably because of
problems in the haskell network library, a but I reported at

I wrote a cron job to restart my server when it dies, but I recently
tweaked the job in order to serve the "head" version as well as what
is on hackage, and the tweak broke the cron job's functionality.
(fixed now -- at least, I hope it's fixed.)

To be honest I don't really understand the underlying problem in the
haskell network library, but it would be great if somebody who does
could fix this.


2008/9/30 John Melesky <john at phaedrusdeinus.org>:
> Thomas,
> The tutorial site seems to be unreachable or otherwise down.
> I know the modern programming landscape is fast-moving, HAppS is new and
> constantly changing, so i probably should have grabbed the content when you
> posted it, but perhaps keeping it up for more than a day and a half might be
> good? :-)
> -john melesky
> On Sep 28, 2008, at 6:36 PM, Thomas Hartman wrote:
>> Hello, world.
>> In Version 4 of the ongoing self-demoing HAppS Tutorial, we implement
>> a HAppS job board using HAppS.
>> demo: http://happstutorial.com:5001
>> install: sudo cabal install happs-tutorial
>> darcs head: darcs get http://code.haskell.org/happs-tutorial
>> There aren't any new lessons compared to the last release, but the
>> code is much cleaner, and... well... the web site actually does
>> something.
>> Coming soon, lessons on form processing and HAppS State.
>> Enjoy!
>> Thomas.
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