The pipes-transduce package

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A fold-like datatype for pipes Producers.

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Versions,,,,,,,,, 0.4
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Dependencies base (==4.*), bifunctors (>=5.0), bytestring (>=, conceit (>=, foldl (>=1.2.0), free (>=4.0), microlens (>=, pipes (==4.*), pipes-bytestring, pipes-concurrency (>=2.0.2), pipes-group (>=1.0.1), pipes-parse, pipes-safe, pipes-text (>=, text (>=, transformers (>=, void (>=0.6) [details]
License BSD3
Copyright 2015 Daniel Diaz
Author Daniel Diaz
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Source repository head: git clone
Uploaded Fri Apr 8 06:42:47 UTC 2016 by DanielDiazCarrete
Distributions NixOS:0.4
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Status Docs available [build log]
Last success reported on 2016-04-08 [all 1 reports]




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Readme for pipes-transduce

Readme for pipes-transduce-0.4

What's in this library?

A pair of fold-like datatypes that consume Producers from pipes and can be constructed in a variety of ways, in particular from the more versatile folds in Gabriel Gonzalez's foldl package.

The Fold1 consumes a single Producer, while the Fold2 datatype consumes two Producers concurrently.

Why was this library created?

I wanted a fold-like datatype for Producers that allowed "bracketing" operations like "withFile".

I also wanted to be able to fold two Producers concurrently (for example, merge the piped stdout & stderr streams of an external process into one unified stream).

Finally, I wanted the fold-like datatype to have a "failure option" baked in.

If you don't need any of that, you are better off using pipes and/or foldl by themselves.

Where can I find working examples for this library?

There are none yet.