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Jerold Haas
@jeroldhaas
NJ
perhaps you should write a template
BigEpsilon
@BigEpsilon
Hi, i have a little question: What's the recommended JSON library to use with fsharp ? I looked at chiron and NewtonSoft, they look good but the both seem unmaintained (last commit in 2016). Until now I was using fsharp data. By the way I'm on mono/linux
John Stovin
@johnstovin_twitter
NewtonSoft is the 'goto' .NET JSON library. I don't think it's going to disappear any time soon. I don't think it's very functional though...
BigEpsilon
@BigEpsilon
Thanks
sitty
@sitty
If I have a function let add (x:int) (y:int) = x +y whats the functional way to call this function with 2 option arguments?
Ryan Riley
@panesofglass
@BigEpsilon Newtonsoft.Json is the most popular and the default in the Microsoft frameworks. It's great if you prefer serializing by reflection. If you want more control, especially in terms of composing serializers, then Chiron will work well for you. I don't think there's anything necessary to add to those, which is why you don't see more recent commits. They are pretty well baked.
BigEpsilon
@BigEpsilon
Thx !
Oscar Vargas Torres
@oscarvarto
Hi! Has anyone used dotnet core cli to create a .NET framework project (on Linux/Mac, using mono) and run it successfully?
$ dotnet new console -lang F# --target-framework-override net462 -o hello works to create the project
Then I can compile the project, after I modify the hello.fsproj, like this:
cat hello.fsproj                                                                           ✓  4218  15:35:37
<Project Sdk="Microsoft.NET.Sdk">
  <PropertyGroup>
    <OutputType>Exe</OutputType>
    <TargetFramework>net462</TargetFramework>
  </PropertyGroup>

  <PropertyGroup Condition="$(OS)=='Unix'">
    <FscToolPath>./tools</FscToolPath>
    <FscToolExe>fsharpc.exe</FscToolExe>
  </PropertyGroup>

  <ItemGroup>
    <Compile Include="Program.fs" />
  </ItemGroup>

</Project>
Yoann
@arthis
Remove tour target framework to embed net core 2.0
Oscar Vargas Torres
@oscarvarto
I created a ./tools/fsharpc.exe with the following contents:
#!/usr/bin/env sh
mono /Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/5.2.0/lib/mono/fsharp/fsc.exe --exename:$(basename "$0") "$@"
then $ dotnet build works
but $ dotnet run doesn't
However, $ mono bin/Debug/net462/hello.exe works
It is important to me to use with mono (.NET Framework) to be able to use type providers
@arthis ^
Yoann
@arthis
I have not through this particular case , sorry I cannot help
Oscar Vargas Torres
@oscarvarto
At the moment this is what I get with $ dotnet run:
System.ComponentModel.Win32Exception (0x80004005): Permission denied
   at Interop.Sys.ForkAndExecProcess(String filename, String[] argv, String[] envp, String cwd, Boolean redirectStdin, Boolean redirectStdout, Boolean redirectStderr, Int32& lpChildPid, Int32& stdinFd, Int32& stdoutFd, Int32& stderrFd)
   at System.Diagnostics.Process.StartCore(ProcessStartInfo startInfo)
   at System.Diagnostics.Process.Start()
   at Microsoft.DotNet.Cli.Utils.Command.Execute()
   at Microsoft.DotNet.Tools.Run.RunCommand.Start()
   at Microsoft.DotNet.Tools.Run.RunCommand.Run(String[] args)
   at Microsoft.DotNet.Cli.Program.ProcessArgs(String[] args, ITelemetry telemetryClient)
   at Microsoft.DotNet.Cli.Program.Main(String[] args)
ShalokShalom
@ShalokShalom
hi there
Uri Goldstein
@urig
Hello. Might someone be able to help me with a newbie question I just posted on SO? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/50149863/f-this-expression-was-expected-to-have-type-datetime-but-here-has-type-unit
Uri Goldstein
@urig
Now that the above SO question has been answered, perhaps someone can help with this, even simpler SO question I have: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/50181215/f-why-does-script-file-not-recognize-module
Daniel Hines
@d4hines
Hello. I've got a question about FsCheck. Is this an ok place to ask?
Nikolai Paul
@nikolaipaul
does F# have a validation library similar to ASP.NET MVC attribute validation?
Oscar Vargas Torres
@oscarvarto
Hi! I am trying to include a citation to .NET in a .bib document, and I cannot make it typeset .NET correctly (https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dsyme/2011/03/15/netc-generics-history-some-photos-from-feb-1999/)
I know this is a F# channel, but I have asked several places before, and asking here to see if anyone from the .NET community has expericence with LaTeX
@online{syme_net_generics_history_2011,
    title = {{..NET/C#} Generics History: Some Photos From Feb 1999 – Don Syme's WebLog on F# and Related Topics},
    author = {Syme, Don},
    date = {2011-03-15},
    url = {https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dsyme/2011/03/15/netc-generics-history-some-photos-from-feb-1999/},
    urldate = {2018-10-01},
    file = {.NET/C# Generics History\: Some Photos From Feb 1999 – Don Syme's WebLog on F# and Related Topics:/home/oscarvarto/Zotero/storage/IV2TGS4I/netc-generics-history-some-photos-from-feb-1999.html:text/html}
}
This is the best I can do at the moment: {..NET/C#}
Torben Clasen
@Angr1st
I have asked a question on SO about using TryParse to parse string to int. I know there are already answers and post on this but the old answers don't seem to work anymore. If you are interested in helping a newbie out answer the question here
Kovács György
@KovaxG
hello
I have a question that I didn't found an answer to
how do we manage external resources such as icons in F#?
is it the same as C#?
Alexander Pantyukhin
@alexpantyukhin
Hi! I have a question. What is the best way to make an architecture for apps which work intensely with db and written on functional style? I'm asking because for me is not clearthe following: when we work with functions then we in true shoud pass data and test result, but if we work with database we should check state. How it could be implemented? thanks
Arnav Borborah
@arnavb
Hello
Russ Freeman
@RustyF
Hi @alexpantyukhin, if you can keep as much of the core of your system as immutable code then it will be easier to reason about and test. Consider the onion architecture, where the core of the onion is this core application logic and the outer skin contains the side-effect-producing code (reading and writing from the DB). In languages like C# and Java, you typically use classes and interfaces to achieve this separation. In F# you would do it mostly with functions and modules. It's also easier to implement monads in F#, which allow you to write what looks like state-changing code into immutable code but separating the state-changing code from the immutable stuff. Read this post from Mark Seemann if you can. https://blog.ploeh.dk/2016/03/18/functional-architecture-is-ports-and-adapters/ Hope this answers your question.
Damian Reeves
@DamianReeves
Hi. I want to make a clone of the Elm parser library, it defined 2 custom operators |= and |. however |. has a higher precedence than |= in the elm library. Is it possible to define such a precedence in F# (I see docs say precedence is based on the first character, does that mean all additional characters play no part in determining subsequent precedence rules?)
Ondřej
@ondrj
Hello fellow Fsharpers. Just starting (I'm not a professional dev), and really like the sweetness of FP.
Boaz Blake
@boazblake
Is this channel still alive?
Hagatorn
@hagatorn_twitter
Not supper active. @boazblake . I'm a member of fsharp foundation, they have a slack it says I can join but can't see how or who to ask...
Alexander Pantyukhin
@alexpantyukhin
@RustyF Thank you very much for explanation!
Marcel Tiede
@badcel
hi, is there a way to call a C# method which is defined like: "public static void @new()" the compiler complains about "incomplete structured construct" if i just call it with the @ sign
Marcel Tiede
@badcel
ah, you could use a ticked function name
ShalokShalom
@ShalokShalom
Can somebody show me, how the pipe is implemented?
Adelar da Silva Queiróz
@adelarsq
@ShalokShalom Conceptually pipe is just a translation from x |> g |> f to f(g(x)), where x is any value and f and g are functions
Hagatorn
@hagatorn_twitter
You can make other operators too. I was looking for examples over on "F# for fun and profit" but gave up. Here is a stack overflow example https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2210854/can-you-define-your-own-operators-in-f#2210872
@ShalokShalom Found a good explaination under partial applications. https://fsharpforfunandprofit.com/posts/partial-application/#understanding-the-pipe-function
ShalokShalom
@ShalokShalom
Thanks a lot