|autoR :: (C a, C v) => a -> (a -> [v]) -> IO ()||Source|
|monoR :: C a => a -> (a -> [a]) -> IO ()||Source|
|stereoR :: C a => a -> (a -> [(a, a)]) -> IO ()||Source|
|stereo :: C a => a -> [(a, a)] -> IO ()||Source|
This means that the whole program won't crash when the tool exits.
Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be another way of doing this.
If we don't call this, GHCi quits,
when the playing command is aborted with CTRL-C.
|This routine is probably portable
if there were not the CTRL-C problem.
|Produced by Haddock version 2.3.0|