|Maintainer||Bryan O'Sullivan <email@example.com>|
Storage and retrieval of data with automatic conflict resolution.
A type that can automatically resolve a vector clock conflict between two or more versions of a value.
Instances must be symmetric in their behaviour, such that the following law is obeyed:
resolve a b == resolve b a
Otherwise, there are no restrictions on the behaviour of
The result may be
b, a value derived from
If several conflicting siblings are found,
resolve will be
applied over all of them using a fold, to yield a single
|Eq a => Eq (ResolvableMonoid a)|
|Data a => Data (ResolvableMonoid a)|
|Ord a => Ord (ResolvableMonoid a)|
|Read a => Read (ResolvableMonoid a)|
|Show a => Show (ResolvableMonoid a)|
|ToJSON a => ToJSON (ResolvableMonoid a)|
|FromJSON a => FromJSON (ResolvableMonoid a)|
|Monoid a => Monoid (ResolvableMonoid a)|
|(Eq a, Show a, Monoid a) => Resolvable (ResolvableMonoid a)|
|IsContent a => IsContent (ResolvableMonoid a)|
Automated conflict resolution failed.
Too many attempts were made to resolve a conflict, with each attempt resulting in another conflict.
The number of retries that the library will attempt is high
(64). This makes it extremely unlikely that this exception will
be thrown during normal application operation. Instead, this
exception is most likely to be thrown as a result of a bug in
your application code, for example if your