IOSpec: A pure specification of the IO monad.
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|Dependencies||base (>=2 && <5), mtl, QuickCheck (==2.*), Stream [details]|
|Author||Wouter Swierstra, Yusaku Hashimoto|
|Maintainer||Wouter Swierstra <email@example.com>|
|Uploaded||by WouterSwierstra at Mon Feb 20 14:46:19 UTC 2012|
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This package consists of several modules, that give a pure specification of functions in the IO monad:
Test.IOSpec.Fork: a pure specification of
Test.IOSpec.IORef: a pure specification of most functions that create and manipulate on
Test.IOSpec.MVar: a pure specification of most functions that create and manipulate and
Test.IOSpec.STM: a pure specification of
Test.IOSpec.Teletype: a pure specification of
putChar, and several related Prelude functions.
Besides these modules containing the specifications, there are a few other important modules:
Test.IOSpec.Types: defines the
IOSpectype and several amenities.
Test.IOSpec.VirtualMachine: defines a virtual machine on which to execute pure specifications.
Test.IOSpec.Surrogate: a drop-in replacement for the other modules. Import this and recompile your code once you've finished testing and debugging.
There are several well-documented examples included with the source distribution.
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