Safe Haskell  None 

This module defines Uniplate
/ Biplate
instances for every type with a
Data
instance. Using GHC, Data can be derived automatically with:
data Expr = Var Int  Neg Expr  Add Expr Expr deriving (Data,Typeable)
All the Uniplate operations defined in Data.Generics.Uniplate.Operations
can be used. If you are working with abstract data types, such as Map
or Set
from the containers
package, you may also need to use the data types defined
in Data.Generics.Uniplate.Data.Instances.
For faster performance (5x faster, but requires writing instances) switch to
Data.Generics.Uniplate.Direct. If you get instance conflicts
when using both Data
and Direct
, switch to Data.Generics.Uniplate.DataOnly.
The instances are faster than GHC because they precompute a table of useful information, then use this information when performing the traversals. Sometimes it is not possible to compute the table, in which case this library will perform about the same speed as SYB.
Setting the environment variable $UNIPLATE_VERBOSE
has the following effects:

1
 raise a program error every time construction of the table fails 
0
(or unset)  never print any messages or raise any errors 
1
 give a message every time a table is computed 
2
 give a message when table computation fails
The $UNIPLATE_VERBOSE
environment variable must be set before the first call to uniplate.
 module Data.Generics.Uniplate.Operations
 transformBis :: forall a. Data a => [[Transformer]] > a > a
 data Transformer
 transformer :: Data a => (a > a) > Transformer
Documentation
transformBis :: forall a. Data a => [[Transformer]] > a > aSource
Apply a sequence of transformations in order. This function obeys the equivalence:
transformBis [[transformer f],[transformer g],...] == transformBi f . transformBi g . ...
Each item of type [Transformer]
is applied in turn, right to left. Within each
[Transformer]
, the individual Transformer
values may be interleaved.
The implementation will attempt to perform fusion, and avoid walking any part of the data structure more than necessary. To further improve performance, you may wish to partially apply the first argument, which will calculate information about the relationship between the transformations.
data Transformer Source
transformer :: Data a => (a > a) > TransformerSource
Wrap up a (a > a)
transformation function, to use with transformBis