Deep embeddings and Arrows Re: Uniquable RdrName instance
John Lato
jwlato at gmail.com
Tue Jun 17 21:33:27 UTC 2014
Did you mean pure/return as the monadic equivalent? I've frequently
encountered embeddings where it's possible to have a valid <*> and >>= but
not pure (or fmap).
On Jun 17, 2014 1:46 PM, "Carter Schonwald" <carter.schonwald at gmail.com>
wrote:
>
> ok, so one example of this design, albeit implemented in a funky way
(compiler passes written in coq), was
> Adam Megacz's Garrows project http://www.megacz.com/berkeley/garrows/
>
> a more concrete example of a haskell lib that enjoys a deep embedding and
doesn't let you inject arbitrary (f:: a-> b )
> would be Accelerate hackage.haskell.org/package/accelerate (the
expression language there could be made into an "arr free Arrow" but not an
Arrow that has arr)
>
> basically not having arr or the monadic equiv bind, gives you a way to
write libs where you can get a program as a first order AST when you "run
it" and be able to analyze/compile it in user land at runtime
>
>
>
> On Tue, Jun 17, 2014 at 4:37 PM, Jan Stolarek <jan.stolarek at p.lodz.pl>
wrote:
>>
>> > assuming that any haskell function can be embedded in an
>> > arrow instance (...) prevents a lot of interesting deep embedding uses
of the Arrow
>> > abstraction
>> Could you point me to some specific examples? I'm new to arrows and
definitely far from groking
>> all the arcana of their usage.
>>
>> Janek
>
>
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