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* [http://themonadreader.wordpress.com/2010/05/12/issue-16/ The Monad.Reader Issue 16]; see the section "Iteratee: Teaching an Old Fold New Tricks" by John W. Lato
 
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Iteratee I/O is a way to avoid the problems that can occur with lazy I/O.

Discussions elsewhere on this wiki include:

Essays by Oleg:

Other discussions:

Uses of Iteratee I/O:

  • Snap : The Snap web framework
  • yaml: Low-level binding to the libyaml C library]
  • usb 0.4: Communicate with USB devices
  • sstable: SSTables in Haskell
  • WAI: a Web Application Interface for haskell web frameworks (used by Yesod).

Packages: