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Steffen Forkmann
@forki
joking aside C# / F# interop works great
a thin asp.net layer in C# and everything else in F# ist not a bad idea
Fabio Luz
@fabioluz
yeah, this looks easier
varon
@varon
Definitely check out Suave before you make up your mind, though.
Fabio Luz
@fabioluz
@varon I'll definitely check! Thanks!
Riley Cat
@WreckedAvent
the neat thing about f# is you can have very functional code and then provide a more OOP interface to C# code
(which happens to utilize the F# stuff)
best of both worlds
Alexander
@shivinsky
Hi, are there any workarounds? fsprojects/FSharp.Data.TypeProviders#10
nickolasacosta
@nickolasacosta
waddap f# people
Riley Cat
@WreckedAvent
absolutely nothing, this channel is dead
nickolasacosta
@nickolasacosta
really? That's too bad
I just started using f# the other day and I've heard good things about the community
Riley Cat
@WreckedAvent
yeah, F# community is pretty nice, but it doesn't seem to engage with gitter very much
and at least compared to the C# community, it's very small
nickolasacosta
@nickolasacosta
Are there any must see sites? So far I've been pretty glued to fsharpforfunandprofit, but not very aware of what else is out there
Riley Cat
@WreckedAvent
f sharp for fun and profit is the main one
nickolasacosta
@nickolasacosta
Its pretty great.
Riley Cat
@WreckedAvent
I consider his talk on railway-orientated programming essential
but I'm probably not the best person to ask, I was already familiar (and adored) ML syntax long before I picked up F#
but if you need help with something, you can still ask here, or on reddit
nickolasacosta
@nickolasacosta
cool. I'll check out that video
Tuomas Hietanen
@Thorium
why to chat if you can code
Loïc Denuzière
@Tarmil
If you want to chat with F#ers, http://fpchat.com is a fairly active slack
Riley Cat
@WreckedAvent
oh, slack is pretty good too
Steffen Forkmann
@forki
Tbf this is not the F# chat, but a chat about the compiler project itself. Unfortunately the key members like @kevinransom and @dsyme are not in this chat. So this is basically dead. Tbh I think we should close it and reference the slack channel instead. There are much more people talking and trolling
Vasily Kirichenko
@vasily-kirichenko
+1
Johan Larsson
@JohanLarsson
why did you leave slack @vasily-kirichenko?
temporary right?
Vasily Kirichenko
@vasily-kirichenko
I'm not gonna use F# in daily bases in near future.
Johan Larsson
@JohanLarsson
but you can still lurk there, and tell us what is wrong with things
I miss you already
Vasily Kirichenko
@vasily-kirichenko
:)
Jared Hester
@cloudRoutine
@vasily-kirichenko does this mean VFPT maintenance is all on me? :fearful:
Vasily Kirichenko
@vasily-kirichenko
what maintenance? Nothing has happened for months
don't touch it and it will work ok for ages
nickolasacosta
@nickolasacosta
out of curiosity, what will you be using @vasily-kirichenko
Vasily Kirichenko
@vasily-kirichenko
scala
Riley Cat
@WreckedAvent
@forki are you telling me that this is where I can complain about value restriction? :smile:
varon
@varon
lol.
Steffen Forkmann
@forki
?
Riley Cat
@WreckedAvent

silly joke about

Tbf this is not the F# chat, but a chat about the compiler project itself.

and fsc's annoying tendency to throw a value restriction when you write point-free
nickolasacosta
@nickolasacosta
look @ the trouble I caused
Riley Cat
@WreckedAvent
burn the witch!
nickolasacosta
@nickolasacosta
im pure i swear!
Steffen Forkmann
@forki
where did you report concrete example?
Riley Cat
@WreckedAvent
it's something to report? last I heard that's just how it has to be because of the CLR not supporting generic values (or sommat)
Steffen Forkmann
@forki
I don't know your sample ;-) and maybe you report it to the clr team
Tuomas Hietanen
@Thorium
who can do the shortest code causing value restriction? My initial candidate: let I x = x in I I;;