Re: Strictness, order of IO operations: NewCGI & HDBC
trangayesi at gmail.com
Sun Oct 22 04:49:38 EDT 2006
On 10/20/06, oleg at pobox.com <oleg at pobox.com> wrote:
> Tim Smith wrote:
> > Has anyone found out how to lift bracket into another monad?
> Yes, please see the thread `Re: Control.Exceptions and MonadIO'
> staring at
That's just what I needed. I think it would have taken me 3 years to
figure out that solution on my own.
instance CaughtMonadIO m => CaughtMonadIO (CGIT m) where
gcatch a handler = CGIT $ gcatch (unCGIT a) (\e -> unCGIT (handler e))
That, plus an instance declaration for WriterT, makes it work! Using
gbracket, along with deepSeq when needed, should improve the structure
of the program a lot. I hope Haskell' gets something like this
And, thanks again to John G. and others who chimed in on this - it's
If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.
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