Copyright | (c) Justin Le 2019 |
---|---|

License | BSD3 |

Maintainer | justin@jle.im |

Stability | experimental |

Portability | non-portable |

Safe Haskell | None |

Language | Haskell2010 |

## Synopsis

- newtype Final c f a = Final {
- runFinal :: forall g. c g => (forall x. f x -> g x) -> g a

- fromFinal :: (Inject t, c (t f)) => Final c f ~> t f
- toFinal :: Interpret t (Final c f) => t f ~> Final c f
- class FreeOf c t | t -> c where
- type FreeFunctorBy t :: (Type -> Type) -> Constraint
- fromFree :: t f ~> Final c f
- toFree :: FreeFunctorBy t f => Final c f ~> t f

- finalizing :: (FreeOf c t, FreeFunctorBy t f) => t f <~> Final c f
- hoistFinalC :: (forall g x. (c g => g x) -> d g => g x) -> Final c f a -> Final d f a
- liftFinal0 :: (forall g. c g => g a) -> Final c f a
- liftFinal1 :: (forall g. c g => g a -> g b) -> Final c f a -> Final c f b
- liftFinal2 :: (forall g. c g => g a -> g b -> g d) -> Final c f a -> Final c f b -> Final c f d

# Documentation

A simple way to inject/reject into any eventual typeclass.

In a way, this is the "ultimate" multi-purpose `Interpret`

instance.
You can use this to inject an `f`

into a free structure of any
typeclass. If you want `f`

to have a `Monad`

instance, for example,
just use

`inject`

:: f a ->`Final`

`Monad`

f a

When you want to eventually interpret out the data, use:

`interpret`

:: (f`~>`

g) ->`Final`

c f a -> g a

Essentially,

is the "free c". `Final`

c

is the free
`Final`

`Monad`

`Monad`

, etc.

`Final`

can theoretically replace `Ap`

, `Ap1`

, `ListF`

, `NonEmptyF`

,
`MaybeF`

, `Free`

, `Identity`

, `Coyoneda`

, and
other instances of `FreeOf`

, if you don't care about being able to
pattern match on explicit structure.

However, it cannot replace `Interpret`

instances that are not free
structures, like `Step`

,
`Steps`

,
`Backwards`

, etc.

Note that this doesn't have instances for *all* the typeclasses you
could lift things into; you probably have to define your own if you want
to use

as an `Final`

c*instance* of `c`

(using `liftFinal0`

,
`liftFinal1`

, `liftFinal2`

for help).

#### Instances

fromFinal :: (Inject t, c (t f)) => Final c f ~> t f Source #

Concretize a `Final`

.

fromFinal ::`Final`

`Functor`

f`~>`

`Coyoneda`

f fromFinal ::`Final`

`Applicative`

f`~>`

`Ap`

f fromFinal ::`Final`

`Alternative`

f`~>`

`Alt`

f fromFinal ::`Final`

`Monad`

f`~>`

`Free`

f fromFinal ::`Final`

`Pointed`

f`~>`

`Lift`

f fromFinal ::`Final`

`Plus`

f`~>`

`ListF`

f

This can be useful because `Final`

doesn't have a concrete structure
that you can pattern match on and inspect, but `t`

might.

In the case that this forms an isomorphism with `toFinal`

, the `t`

will
have an instance of `FreeOf`

.

toFinal :: Interpret t (Final c f) => t f ~> Final c f Source #

Finalize an `Interpret`

instance.

toFinal ::`Coyoneda`

f`~>`

`Final`

`Functor`

f toFinal ::`Ap`

f`~>`

`Final`

`Applicative`

f toFinal ::`Alt`

f`~>`

`Final`

`Alternative`

f toFinal ::`Free`

f`~>`

`Final`

`Monad`

f toFinal ::`Lift`

f`~>`

`Final`

`Pointed`

f toFinal ::`ListF`

f`~>`

`Final`

`Plus`

f

Note that the instance of `c`

for

must be defined.`Final`

c

This operation can potentially *forget* structure in `t`

. For example,
we have:

`toFinal`

::`Steps`

f ~>`Final`

`Alt`

f

In this process, we lose the "positional" structure of
`Steps`

.

In the case where `toFinal`

doesn't lose any information, this will form
an isomorphism with `fromFinal`

, and `t`

is known as the "Free `c`

".
For such a situation, `t`

will have a `FreeOf`

instance.

class FreeOf c t | t -> c where Source #

A typeclass associating a free structure with the typeclass it is free on.

This essentially lists instances of `Interpret`

where a "trip" through
`Final`

will leave it unchanged.

`fromFree`

.`toFree`

== id`toFree`

.`fromFree`

== id

This can be useful because `Final`

doesn't have a concrete structure
that you can pattern match on and inspect, but `t`

might. This lets you
work on a concrete structure if you desire.

Nothing

type FreeFunctorBy t :: (Type -> Type) -> Constraint Source #

What "type" of functor is expected: should be either
`Unconstrained`

, `Functor`

, `Contravariant`

, or `Invariant`

.

*Since: 0.3.0.0*

type FreeFunctorBy t = Unconstrained

#### Instances

finalizing :: (FreeOf c t, FreeFunctorBy t f) => t f <~> Final c f Source #

The isomorphism between a free structure and its encoding as `Final`

.

hoistFinalC :: (forall g x. (c g => g x) -> d g => g x) -> Final c f a -> Final d f a Source #

Re-interpret the context under a `Final`

.

liftFinal0 :: (forall g. c g => g a) -> Final c f a Source #

Lift an action into a `Final`

.