The ta package

[Tags: bsd3, library]

The purpose of this library is to add convenience in database accesses when using Takusen and Oracle, by generating boilerplate code. It's not a substitute to Takusen.

Transito Abierto is implemented in the library (Database.TA.TAB) and this also provides functionality used by the generated code.

TA will generate the declarations of:

1. The datatype declaration for the result of a query,

2. The DBM action that run the query and accumulates the result,

3.Optionally, a meta-variable whose value is the former two declarations.

This initial version has the following benefits:

Some TA drawbacks at this point are:

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Dependenciesbase (==4.*), containers (>=0.3), ghc-prim, mtl (>=1.1), Takusen (>=0.8.5), template-haskell (==2.4.*), time (>=1.1) [details]
CopyrightLeonel Fonseca, 2010
AuthorLeonel Fonseca
MaintainerLeonel Fonseca <>
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UploadedFri Sep 17 15:29:07 UTC 2010 by LeonelFonseca
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Readme for ta-0.1

  This is Tránsito Abierto Library Version 0.1. (September 2010).

  To install use:

      cabal install ta
  In case you want to play a bit with the examples, take note of this:

      The examples use a database table that can be created using the
      script make_twoColumns.sql.

      RCSdef.lhs contains definitions used by Ex01.lhs and Ex02.lhs.

      You can make executables:

         ghc --make Ex01
         ghc --make Ex02
      You download a document with examples at:

      Or you can use lhs2TeX on Database/TA/Examples/Examples.lhs.
  If you want to work in the library, you may want a structured way to
  browse the source files via Haddock: 

         runghc setup haddock --hyperlink-source
         runghc setup copy