The hspread package

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hspread is a client library for the Spread toolkit. It is fully implemented in haskell and supports the most recent version of the protocol. It's intended to be used with a serialization library like binary, and a separate installation of the spread deamon.


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Versions0.2, 0.3, 0.3.1, 0.3.2, 0.3.3
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Dependenciesbase (<5), binary (>=0.3), bytestring, containers, extensible-exceptions, network [details]
LicenseBSD3
AuthorAndrea Vezzosi
MaintainerAndrea Vezzosi, sanzhiyan@gmail.com
CategoryNetwork
Bug trackerhttp://code.google.com/p/hspread/issues/list
Source repositoryhead: darcs get http://patch-tag.com/publicrepos/hspread
UploadedWed Apr 15 20:40:55 UTC 2009 by AndreaVezzosi
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                 hspread : a client library for spread

    hspread is a client library for the Spread toolkit[1].
    It is fully implemented in haskell and supports the most recent version
    of the protocol. Its aim is to make easier to implement correct distribuited
    applications by taking advantage of the guarantees granted by Spread:
    such as reliable and total ordered messages. It's intended to be used
    with a serialization library like binary[2], and a separate installation
    of the spread deamon.

Installing:

  It installs like every other cabal package:
      runhaskell Setup configure  -- this can fail with missing dependecies
      runhaskell Setup build
      runhaskell Setup install    -- you may need superuser privileges here

  Haddock documentation can be generated with:
     runhaskell Setup haddock

  You can then test it with the spflooder clone under examples/,
  not forgetting to have a spread deamon running.

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The development version is kept in a darcs repository here:

  darcs get http://happs.org/repos/hspread

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[1] http://spread.org
[2] http://code.haskell.org/binary