[Haskell-cafe] How to use http-enumerator with hoauth?

Diego Souza dsouza at bitforest.org
Wed Feb 16 15:00:18 CET 2011

I was thinking in separating the core and http functions in order to
be able to provide implementation for http-enumerator without breaking
existing clients. Also the ones who don't need http interface don't
need to use the full stack.

I was not aware of CPRNG classes, thanks for that. I'll definitely
take a look on this!


On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 8:33 AM, Vincent Hanquez <tab at snarc.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 11:49:16PM -0200, Diego Souza wrote:
>> Hi,
>> thanks for the feedbacks. They sound very reasonable.
>> Going back in time, the first version was in fact a pure library.
>> However, at some point I changed this as I thought it would make it
>> easier to use, which might have been a mistake of mine. Back then
>> http-enumerator wasn't available and after it did I haven't considered
>> using it until now.
>> I'm just concerned about changing the interface once more, but it
>> might be justified. Perhaps splitting it into the pure oauth functions
>> as used to be in the beginning and another one that puts the http
>> layer, in case one finds it convenient. That might mitigate this
>> problem, and perhaps, avoid changing the interface.
>> What you guys think?
> I think such separation would be great ! however ultimately, i don't think
> there's any reason why would you not target http-enumerator directly and drop
> all the abstraction ?
> As long as thing changes, you might consider using crypto-api CPRNG classes
> instead of random.
> --
> Vincent

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