Core.System

Description

Common elements from the rest of the Haskell ecosystem. This is mostly about re-exports. There are numerous types and functions that are more or less assumed to be in scope when you're doing much of anything in Haskell; this module is a convenience to pull in the ones we rely on for the rest of this library.

You can just import this directly:

import Core.System


as there's no particular benefit to cherry-picking the various sub-modules.

Synopsis

# Base libraries

Re-exports from foundational libraries supplied by the compiler runtime, or from re-implementations of those areas.

# External dependencies

Dependencies from libraries outside the traditional ecosystem of Haskell. These are typically special cases or custom re-implementations of things which are maintained either by ourselves or people we are in regular contact with.

# Pretty Printing

When using the Render typeclass from Core.Text.Utilities you are presented with the Doc a type for accumulating a "document" to be pretty printed. There are a large family of combinators used when doing this. For convenience they are exposed here.