[Haskell-cafe] Problems with iteratees
jwlato at gmail.com
Thu Feb 3 14:05:56 CET 2011
> From: wren ng thornton <wren at freegeek.org>
> On 2/2/11 11:25 PM, Maciej Wos wrote:
> > I think the problem is that the iteratee you give to I.convStream
> > always returns Just [something] while you should return Nothing on
> > EOF.
> That makes sense for the hanging problem (which I only noticed during
> debugging). Though I still get the the same error message when running
> the whole program...
I don't have too much to add to Maciej and Oleg's reply, except that I'd
recommend looking at the Wave codec over the Tiff reader in those versions
of iteratee. I don't think that's the only problem, though, because then
you'd be getting a "Divergent iteratee" error.
The "endOfInput" error is suspicious, and I think you'll need to track it
down to solve this problem. It doesn't appear to be from either iteratee or
protocol-buffers. Could it be coming from your IO library? I wonder if the
enumerator is trying to force a read after EOF has been reached for some
As an experiment, you could try using a custom convStream function like
convStream2 :: Monad m => IterateeG s el m (Maybe (s' el')) ->
EnumeratorN s el s' el' m aconvStream2 fi iter = fi >>= check where
check (Just xs) = lift (runIter iter (Chunk xs)) >>= docase check
(Nothing) = return iter docase (Done a _) = return . return $
a docase (Cont k Nothing) = convStream2 fi k
docase (Cont k (Just "endOfInput")) = convStream2 (return Nothing) k
docase (Cont _ (Just e)) = return $ throwErr e
This may help determine if it's a problem with IO or with the message
> > On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 10:06 AM, wren ng thornton<wren at freegeek.org>
> >> When I put this all together, the process is killed with:
> >> control message: Just (Err "endOfInput")
> >> Data.Iteratee.Base.run is the origin of the "control message:" part of
> >> error, but I don't know where (Err "endOfInput") is coming from since
> >> Data.Iteratee.Base only uses (Err "EOF") or (Err "Divergent Iteratee").
> >> believe runGetEnumeratee is where the problem is, though it could also
> >> the use site or something in one of the libraries. Any help would be
> >> appreciated.
> Live well,
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