Copyright | (c) Atze van der Ploeg 2015 |
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License | BSD-style |

Maintainer | atzeus@gmail.org |

Stability | provisional |

Portability | portable |

Safe Haskell | None |

Language | Haskell98 |

The until abstraction, and related definitions.

A value of type `BehaviorEnd`

is a behavior and an ending event.
This also forms a monad, such that we can write

do a1 `Until` e1 b1 `Until` e2

for behaviors consisting of multiple phases. This concept is similar to "Monadic FRP" (Haskell symposium 2013, van der Ploeg) and the Task monad abstraction (Lambda in motion: Controlling robots with haskell, Peterson, Hudak and Elliot, PADL 1999)

- data BehaviorEnd x a = Until {}
- combineUntil :: (a -> b -> b) -> BehaviorEnd a x -> Behavior b -> Behavior b
- (.:) :: BehaviorEnd a x -> Behavior [a] -> Behavior [a]
- parList :: EvStream (BehaviorEnd b ()) -> Behavior (Behavior [b])
- till :: Swap b (BehaviorEnd x) => Behavior x -> b (Event a) -> (b :. BehaviorEnd x) a
- newtype (f :. g) x = Close {
- open :: f (g x)

- class (Monad f, Monad g) => Swap f g where
- swap :: g (f a) -> f (g a)

- liftLeft :: (Monad f, Monad g) => f x -> (f :. g) x
- liftRight :: Monad f => g x -> (f :. g) x

# Until

data BehaviorEnd x a Source

(Monad b, Plan b) => Swap b (BehaviorEnd x) Source | |

Monad (BehaviorEnd x) Source | |

Functor (BehaviorEnd x) Source | |

Applicative (BehaviorEnd x) Source |

combineUntil :: (a -> b -> b) -> BehaviorEnd a x -> Behavior b -> Behavior b Source

Combine the behavior of the `Until`

and the other behavior until the
with the given function until the end event happens.

(.:) :: BehaviorEnd a x -> Behavior [a] -> Behavior [a] Source

Add the values in the behavior of the `Until`

to the front of the list
until the end event happsens.

parList :: EvStream (BehaviorEnd b ()) -> Behavior (Behavior [b]) Source

Given an eventstream that spawns behaviors with an end, returns a behavior with list of the values of currently active behavior ends.

# Derived monads

The monad for `Until`

is a bit restrictive, because we cannot sample other behaviors
in this monad. For this reason we also define a monad for `(Behavior :. Until x)`

,
where ` :. `

is functor composition, which can sample other monads.
This relies on the `swap`

construction from "Composing monads", Mark Jones and Luc Duponcheel.

till :: Swap b (BehaviorEnd x) => Behavior x -> b (Event a) -> (b :. BehaviorEnd x) a Source

Composition of functors.

class (Monad f, Monad g) => Swap f g where Source

swap :: g (f a) -> f (g a) Source

Swap the composition of two monads. Laws (from Composing Monads, Jones and Duponcheel)

swap . fmap (fmap f) == fmap (fmap f) . swap swap . return == fmap unit swap . fmap return == return prod . fmap dorp == dorp . prod where prod = fmap join . swap dorp = join . fmap swap