[Haskell-cafe] Simple binary-protocol through network test
gcross at phys.washington.edu
Thu Apr 8 16:49:57 EDT 2010
That sounds like a reasonable modification; if you want, free to fork it at http://github.com/gcross/binary-protocol and push me your proposed changes.
On Apr 8, 2010, at 9:12 AM, Yves Parès wrote:
> By the way, Gregory, concerning the package binary-protocol, I was wondering
> if it was possible to turn the BinaryProtocol monad from
> type BinaryProtocol = StateT (Handle, Handle, ByteString) IO
> type BinaryProtocol = StateT (Handle, Handle, ByteString)
> And then the functions, like runProtocol, would become:
> runProtocol :: (MonadIO m) => BinaryProtocol m a -> Handle -> Handle -> m a
> I mean that BinaryProtocol could run within any MonadIO, not only IO. This
> would turn the BinaryProtocol into a monad trans, which would be more
> generic (we could for instance stack two BinaryProtocols).
> Yves Parès wrote:
>> Problem tracked!
>> It comes from the last version of bytestring package.
>> I tried with bytestring-0.9.1.5, and it works perfectly.
>> Do you know where I should submit this bug?
> Yves Parès
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