capataz: OTP-like supervision trees in Haskell

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capataz enhances the reliability of your concurrent applications by offering supervision of green threads that run in your application.

Advantages over standard library:

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Dependencies async (>= && <2.3), base (==4.*), bytestring (>=0.10.8), pretty-show (>=1.6.13), prettyprinter (>=1.1), rio (>=, teardown (>=, time (>=1.6.0), uuid (>=1.3) [details]
License MIT
Copyright © 2018, 2019 Roman Gonzalez and Collaborators
Author Roman Gonzalez
Category Control, Concurrency
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Uploaded by RomanGonzalez at 2019-05-21T02:29:57Z
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Make sure you include the following entry on your cabal file's dependecies section.

  build-depends: capataz

Or on your package.yaml

- capataz


The documentation website can be found here. Some relevant links:


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Follow the developer guidelines

In future releases

  • Replace Protolude in favor of RIO
  • Documentation of performance analysis
  • Ensure unit tests always finish on all concurrent scenarios (dejafu experiment)