[Haskell-cafe] Status of Acid-State and IxSet
jeremy at n-heptane.com
Fri May 29 16:52:43 UTC 2015
acid-state is still alive and kicking (and better be since hackage uses
it). In fact, there is a GSoC project to add replication support this
summer I believe.
ixset is still supported. We submitted a patch upstream to syb-with-class
but have not heard back. Our patched version is here:
Nix patches syb-with-class by default -- which is nice ;)
If you do not have legacy code to support, I highly recommend checking out
ixset-typed. It is very much like ixset -- but does a better job catching
errors though the type system. IxSet is a little too loose with the types
for no real reason resulting in avoidable runtime errors.
On Thu, May 28, 2015 at 1:05 PM, JP Moresmau <jpmoresmau at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, for a project I decided to use Acid-State and IxSet, and was pretty
> happy with them. I enjoyed working with Haskell structures for storing and
> querying data, and my data could fit in memory. However, now I've moved to
> GHC 7.10, and for example syb-with-class, a dependency of ixset, does not
> build with template-haskell 2.10. So I'm wondering, are these projects
> still alive and kicking? Are if I want some memory based storage and
> indexing, should I look at some other projects (maybe VCache
> http://hackage.haskell.org/package/vcache). Or is it just bad timing and
> GHC 7.10 compatible versions of these libraries are in the works?
> JP Moresmau
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