Monadic Iteratees: incremental input parsers, processors and transformers

- data Stream c
- = EOF (Maybe SomeException)
- | Chunk c

- data StreamStatus
- module Data.Iteratee.Exception
- newtype Iteratee s m a = Iteratee {}
- run :: Monad m => Iteratee s m a -> m a
- tryRun :: (Exception e, Monad m) => Iteratee s m a -> m (Either e a)
- mapIteratee :: (NullPoint s, Monad n, Monad m) => (m a -> n b) -> Iteratee s m a -> Iteratee s n b
- ilift :: (Monad m, Monad n) => (forall r. m r -> n r) -> Iteratee s m a -> Iteratee s n a
- idone :: Monad m => a -> Stream s -> Iteratee s m a
- icont :: (Stream s -> Iteratee s m a) -> Maybe SomeException -> Iteratee s m a
- liftI :: Monad m => (Stream s -> Iteratee s m a) -> Iteratee s m a
- idoneM :: Monad m => a -> Stream s -> m (Iteratee s m a)
- icontM :: Monad m => (Stream s -> Iteratee s m a) -> Maybe SomeException -> m (Iteratee s m a)
- setEOF :: Stream c -> SomeException
- module Data.NullPoint
- module Data.Nullable
- module Data.Iteratee.Base.LooseMap

# Types

A stream is a (continuing) sequence of elements bundled in Chunks. The first variant indicates termination of the stream. Chunk a gives the currently available part of the stream. The stream is not terminated yet. The case (null Chunk) signifies a stream with no currently available data but which is still continuing. A stream processor should, informally speaking, ``suspend itself'' and wait for more data to arrive.

EOF (Maybe SomeException) | |

Chunk c |

data StreamStatus Source

Describe the status of a stream of data.

## Exception types

module Data.Iteratee.Exception

## Iteratees

Monadic iteratee

NullPoint s => MonadTrans (Iteratee s) | |

(Monad m, Nullable s) => Monad (Iteratee s m) | |

(Functor m, Monad m) => Functor (Iteratee s m) | |

(Functor m, Monad m, Nullable s) => Applicative (Iteratee s m) | |

(MonadCatchIO m, Nullable s, NullPoint s) => MonadCatchIO (Iteratee s m) | |

(MonadIO m, Nullable s, NullPoint s) => MonadIO (Iteratee s m) |

# Functions

## Control functions

run :: Monad m => Iteratee s m a -> m aSource

Send `EOF`

to the `Iteratee`

and disregard the unconsumed part of the
stream. If the iteratee is in an exception state, that exception is
thrown with `Control.Exception.throw`

. Iteratees that do not terminate
on `EOF`

will throw `EofException`

.

tryRun :: (Exception e, Monad m) => Iteratee s m a -> m (Either e a)Source

Run an iteratee, returning either the result or the iteratee exception.
Note that only internal iteratee exceptions will be returned; exceptions
thrown with `Control.Exception.throw`

or `Control.Monad.CatchIO.throw`

will
not be returned.
See `IFException`

for details.

mapIteratee :: (NullPoint s, Monad n, Monad m) => (m a -> n b) -> Iteratee s m a -> Iteratee s n bSource

Transform a computation inside an `Iteratee`

.

ilift :: (Monad m, Monad n) => (forall r. m r -> n r) -> Iteratee s m a -> Iteratee s n aSource

Lift a computation in the inner monad of an iteratee.

A simple use would be to lift a logger iteratee to a monad stack.

logger :: Iteratee String IO () logger = mapChunksM_ putStrLn loggerG :: MonadIO m => Iteratee String m () loggerG = ilift liftIO logger

A more complex example would involve lifting an iteratee to work with
interleaved streams. See the example at `Data.Iteratee.ListLike.merge`

.

## Creating Iteratees

icontM :: Monad m => (Stream s -> Iteratee s m a) -> Maybe SomeException -> m (Iteratee s m a)Source

## Stream Functions

setEOF :: Stream c -> SomeExceptionSource

Produce the `EOF`

error message. If the stream was terminated because
of an error, keep the error message.

# Classes

module Data.NullPoint

module Data.Nullable

module Data.Iteratee.Base.LooseMap