[Haskell-cafe] is there less available support for beginners these days?

Francesco Ariis fa-ml at ariis.it
Fri Feb 3 14:00:30 UTC 2017

On Fri, Feb 03, 2017 at 01:29:40AM -0800, Dennis Raddle wrote:
> Unfortunately it used to be much easier to get responses on the beginner's
> list or the #haskell channel. I've now had several posts go completely
> unanswered on the beginner's list, and can't get help from #haskell most of
> the time (by "help" I mean someone who takes just a few minutes with me).
> I've tried posting on Haskell cafe in the hopes I would get more responses
> and I'm not sure if that's going to work (or is appropriate).

Your last post on beginners (segfault with Hint (InterpreterT)) doesn't
provide code.

> My program segfaults the second time it run runInterpreterT. Just wondering
> if that's not supposed to be allowed. I'm actually not sure what triggers
> the segfault -- it's also doing some MIDI I/O.
> D

Few persons will even bother to try without a minimal example which they
can replicate on their machine, here or on SO or anywhere else.

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