monadLib: A collection of monad transformers.

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A collection of monad transformers.


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Dependencies base (<4 || >=4.4 && <5) [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Author Iavor S. Diatchki
Maintainer diatchki@galois.com
Revised Revision 1 made by HerbertValerioRiedel at Fri Jan 4 00:33:21 UTC 2019
Category Monads
Home page http://wiki.github.com/yav/monadlib
Uploaded by IavorDiatchki at Tue May 13 21:54:13 UTC 2014
Distributions Arch:3.9, Debian:3.7.3, NixOS:3.9
Downloads 12649 total (327 in the last 30 days)
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Readme for monadLib-3.7.3

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This is version 3 of 'monadLib'.
The library is in the directory 'src'.

Files
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LICENSE             The license for the library.
README              This file.
Setup.hs            Used by the Cabal framework.
monadLib.cabal      Used by the Cabal framework.

src/MonadLib.hs        The library.
src/MonadLib/Derive.hs Definitions useful for monads defined with newtype.
src/MonadLib/Monads.hs Definitions for some more base monads (optional).


Simple Installation
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

To use 'monadLib' you should place the file 'MonadLib.hs'
(and perhaps also 'Monads.hs') in a place where your
implementation can find it.


Cabal Installation
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The library supports the Cabal framework which has many options.
To see the available commands try:
> runhaskell Setup.hs --help

A typical installation might look something like this:
> runhaskell Setup.hs configure
> runhaskell Setup.hs build
> runhaskell Setup.hs haddock -- if you have haddock, else skip
> runhaskell Setup.hs install