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Deprecated: Use official `Proxy`

operations instead

This module provides an API similar to Control.Pipe for those who prefer
the classic `Pipe`

API.

This module differs slightly from Control.Pipe in order to promote seamless interoperability with both pipes and proxies. See the "Upgrade Pipes to Proxies" section below for details.

- await :: (Monad m, Proxy p) => Pipe p a b m a
- yield :: (Monad m, Proxy p) => b -> p a' a b' b m b'
- pipe :: (Monad m, Proxy p) => (a -> b) -> Pipe p a b m r
- (<+<) :: (Monad m, Proxy p) => p b' b c' c m r -> p a' a b' b m r -> p a' a c' c m r
- (>+>) :: (Monad m, Proxy p) => p a' a b' b m r -> p b' b c' c m r -> p a' a c' c m r
- idP :: (Monad m, Proxy p) => Pipe p a a m r
- type Pipeline p = p C () () C

# Create Pipes

await :: (Monad m, Proxy p) => Pipe p a b m aSource

Wait for input from upstream

`await`

blocks until input is available from upstream.

# Compose Pipes

(<+<) :: (Monad m, Proxy p) => p b' b c' c m r -> p a' a b' b m r -> p a' a c' c m rSource

Corresponds to (`<<<`

)/(`.`

) from `Control.Category`

(>+>) :: (Monad m, Proxy p) => p a' a b' b m r -> p b' b c' c m r -> p a' a c' c m rSource

Corresponds to (`>>>`

) from `Control.Category`

# Synonyms

# Run Pipes

The Control.Proxy.Core.Fast and Control.Proxy.Core.Correct modules
provide their corresponding `runPipe`

functions, specialized to their own
`Proxy`

implementations.

Each implementation must supply its own `runPipe`

function since it is
the only non-polymorphic `Pipe`

function and the compiler uses it to
select which underlying proxy implementation to use.

# Upgrade Pipes to Proxies

You can upgrade classic `Pipe`

code to work with the proxy ecosystem in
steps. Each change enables greater interoperability with proxy utilities
and transformers and if time permits you should implement the entire upgrade
for your libraries if you want to take advantage of proxy standard
libraries.

First, import Control.Proxy and Control.Proxy.Pipe instead of
Control.Pipe. Then, add `ProxyFast`

after every `Pipe`

, `Producer`

, or
`Consumer`

in any type signature. For example, you would convert this:

import Control.Pipe fromList :: (Monad m) => [b] -> Producer b m () fromList xs = mapM_ yield xs

... to this:

import Control.Proxy import Control.Proxy.Pipe -- transition import fromList :: (Monad m) => [b] -> Producer ProxyFast b m () fromList xs = mapM_ yield xs

The change ensures that all your code now works in the `ProxyFast`

monad,
which is the faster of the two proxy implementations.

Second, modify all your `Pipe`

s to take an empty `()`

as their final
argument, and translate the following functions:

- (
`<+<`

) to (`<-<`

) -
`runPipe`

to`runProxy`

For example, you would convert this:

import Control.Proxy import Control.Proxy.Pipe fromList :: (Monad m) => [b] -> Producer ProxyFast b m () fromList xs = mapM_ yield xs

... to this:

import Control.Proxy import Control.Proxy.Pipe fromList :: (Monad m) => [b] -> () -> Producer ProxyFast b m () fromList xs () = mapM_ yield xs

Now when you call these within a `do`

block you must supplying an
additional `()`

argument:

examplePipe () = do a <- request () fromList [1..a] ()

This change lets you switch from pipe composition, (`<+<`

), to proxy
composition, (`<-<`

), so that you can mix proxy utilities with pipes.

Third, wrap your pipe's implementation in `runIdentityP`

(which
Control.Proxy exports):

import Control.Proxy import Control.Proxy.Pipe fromList xs () = runIdentityP $ mapM_ yield xs

Then replace the `ProxyFast`

in the type signature with a type variable `p`

constrained by the `Proxy`

type class:

fromList :: (Monad m, Proxy p) => [b] -> () -> Producer p b m ()

This change upgrades your `Pipe`

to work natively within proxies and proxy
transformers, without any manual conversion or lifting. You can now compose
or sequence your `Pipe`

within any feature set transparently.

Finally, replace each `await`

with `request ()`

and each `yield`

with
`respond`

. Also, replace every `Pipeline`

with `Session`

. This lets you
drop the Control.Proxy.Pipe import:

import Control.Proxy fromList :: (Monad m, Proxy p) => [b] -> () -> Producer p b m () fromList xs () = runIdentityP $ mapM_ respond xs

Also, I encourage you to continue using the `Pipe`

, `Consumer`

and
`Producer`

type synonyms to simplify type signatures. The following
examples show how they cleanly mix with proxies and their extensions:

import Control.Proxy import Control.Proxy.Trans.Either as E import Control.Proxy.Trans.State -- A Producer enriched with pipe-local state example1 :: (Monad m, Proxy p) => () -> Producer (StateP Int p) Int m r example1 () = forever $ do n <- get respond n put (n + 1) -- A Consumer enriched with error-handling example2 :: (Proxy p) => () -> Consumer (EitherP String p) Int IO () example2 () = do n <- request () if (n == 0) then E.throw "Error: received 0" else lift $ print n