Safe Haskell | None |
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Language | Haskell98 |

Assorted utility functions for bindings.

- whenJust :: Monad m => Maybe a -> (a -> m ()) -> m ()
- maybeM :: Monad m => b -> Maybe a -> (a -> m b) -> m b
- maybeFromPtr :: Ptr a -> Maybe (Ptr a)
- mapFirst :: (a -> c) -> [(a, b)] -> [(c, b)]
- mapFirstA :: Applicative f => (a -> f c) -> [(a, b)] -> f [(c, b)]
- mapSecond :: (b -> c) -> [(a, b)] -> [(a, c)]
- mapSecondA :: Applicative f => (b -> f c) -> [(a, b)] -> f [(a, c)]
- convertIfNonNull :: Ptr a -> (Ptr a -> IO b) -> IO (Maybe b)
- callocBytes :: Int -> IO (Ptr a)
- callocBoxedBytes :: forall a. BoxedObject a => Int -> IO (Ptr a)
- callocMem :: forall a. Storable a => IO (Ptr a)
- allocBytes :: Integral a => a -> IO (Ptr b)
- allocMem :: forall a. Storable a => IO (Ptr a)
- freeMem :: Ptr a -> IO ()
- ptr_to_g_free :: FunPtr (Ptr a -> IO ())
- memcpy :: Ptr a -> Ptr b -> Int -> IO ()
- safeFreeFunPtr :: Ptr a -> IO ()
- safeFreeFunPtrPtr :: FunPtr (Ptr a -> IO ())
- maybeReleaseFunPtr :: Maybe (Ptr (FunPtr a)) -> IO ()
- checkUnexpectedReturnNULL :: Text -> Ptr a -> IO ()
- checkUnexpectedNothing :: Text -> IO (Maybe a) -> IO a

# Documentation

whenJust :: Monad m => Maybe a -> (a -> m ()) -> m () Source #

When the given value is of "Just a" form, execute the given action, otherwise do nothing.

maybeM :: Monad m => b -> Maybe a -> (a -> m b) -> m b Source #

Like `maybe`

, but for actions on a monad, and with
slightly different argument order.

mapFirst :: (a -> c) -> [(a, b)] -> [(c, b)] Source #

Given a function and a list of two-tuples, apply the function to every first element of the tuples.

mapFirstA :: Applicative f => (a -> f c) -> [(a, b)] -> f [(c, b)] Source #

Applicative version of `mapFirst`

.

mapSecondA :: Applicative f => (b -> f c) -> [(a, b)] -> f [(a, c)] Source #

Applicative version of `mapSecond`

.

convertIfNonNull :: Ptr a -> (Ptr a -> IO b) -> IO (Maybe b) Source #

Apply the given conversion action to the given pointer if it is
non-NULL, otherwise return `Nothing`

.

callocBoxedBytes :: forall a. BoxedObject a => Int -> IO (Ptr a) Source #

Make a zero filled allocation of n bytes for a boxed object. The difference with a normal callocBytes is that the returned memory is allocated using whatever memory allocator g_boxed_copy uses, which in particular may well be different from a plain g_malloc. In particular g_slice_alloc is often used for allocating boxed objects, which are then freed using g_slice_free.

callocMem :: forall a. Storable a => IO (Ptr a) Source #

Make a zero-filled allocation of enough size to hold the given
`Storable`

type, using the GLib allocator.

allocBytes :: Integral a => a -> IO (Ptr b) Source #

Allocate the given number of bytes using the GLib allocator.

allocMem :: forall a. Storable a => IO (Ptr a) Source #

Allocate space for the given `Storable`

using the GLib allocator.

memcpy :: Ptr a -> Ptr b -> Int -> IO () Source #

Copy memory into a destination (in the first argument) from a source (in the second argument).

safeFreeFunPtr :: Ptr a -> IO () Source #

Same as freeHaskellFunPtr, but it does nothing when given a nullPtr.

safeFreeFunPtrPtr :: FunPtr (Ptr a -> IO ()) Source #

A pointer to `safeFreeFunPtr`

.

maybeReleaseFunPtr :: Maybe (Ptr (FunPtr a)) -> IO () Source #

If given a pointer to the memory location, free the `FunPtr`

at
that location, and then the pointer itself. Useful for freeing the
memory associated to callbacks which are called just once, with no
destroy notification.

checkUnexpectedReturnNULL :: Text -> Ptr a -> IO () Source #

Check that the given pointer is not NULL. If it is, raise a
`UnexpectedNullPointerReturn`

exception.

checkUnexpectedNothing :: Text -> IO (Maybe a) -> IO a Source #

An annotated version of `fromJust`

, which raises a
`UnexpectedNullPointerReturn`

in case it encounters a `Nothing`

.