[Haskell-cafe] Conduit Error Output: Control.Monad.Trans.Resource.stateCleanup
michael at snoyman.com
Tue Feb 21 06:40:56 CET 2012
On Tue, Feb 21, 2012 at 5:46 AM, Lyndon Maydwell <maydwell at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Michael, Café.
> I'm writing some code using the conduit library and am encountering
> the following error output (while the program appears to function
> correctly) when using Data.Conduit.Lazy.
> The error given is:
>> profile_simple_test_data: Control.Monad.Trans.Resource.stateCleanup: There is a bug in the implementation. The mutable state is being accessed after cleanup. Please contact the maintainers.
> A reduced code snippet that generates this error is (also attached):
>> import Control.Monad
>> import System.Environment
>> import Control.Monad.IO.Class (liftIO)
>> import System.IO
>> import Data.Conduit.Lazy
>> import Data.List (sort)
>> import Data.Conduit
>> import Prelude hiding (map)
>> main = getArgs >>= process
>> process args = mapM_ sorted args
>> sorted x = runResourceT (lazyConsume $ sourceFeed x) >>= (mapM_ print . id)
>> sourceFeed :: ResourceIO m => FilePath -> Source m String
>> sourceFeed file = sourceIO
>> (openFile file ReadMode)
>> (\h -> liftIO $ do
>> eof <- hIsEOF h
>> if eof
>> then return IOClosed
>> else fmap IOOpen $ hGetLine h)
> when run over any text file.
> I may be doing something inconsistent with the correct use of sourceIO
> or lazyConsume, however, I tried to follow the example at
> as closely as possible.
> Is this a bug, or simply an incorrect use of Conduit?
I haven't fully debugged this yet. There's certainly a bug in the
implementation of ResourceT, but the sample program is also wrong. You
can't pass the result from a call to lazyConsume outside the scope of
its ResourceT; the correct way to write sorted would be:
sorted x = runResourceT $ lazyConsume (sourceFeed x) >>= mapM_
(liftIO . print)
My guess is that this is a fallout from the transition away from
mutable variables: lazyConsume no longer has any way of knowing that
its ResourceT has already been terminated. Perhaps a simple solution
would be to expose a primitive that checks if the ResourceT block has
already been finalized.
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