[Haskell-cafe] Generic Traversal of ASTs
richardyu042 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 2 05:02:43 UTC 2021
Multiplate actually looks very likely for my use case - I figured there
must be some prior work in this area that I had not found yet, so thanks!
As sort of a follow up, is there a quick way to try out all of these
libraries without having to setup a new stack project every time? I used to
use the arch packages to manually invoke ghc on small files, but that only
works if the package is on the aur so I was wondering if anyone had any
On Tue, Jun 1, 2021 at 1:17 PM Mario Blazevic <mblazevic at stilo.com> wrote:
> Have you tried Multiplate?
> If Multiplate is not powerful enough and you're willing to make your types
> more complex, have a look at deep-transformations.
> On Mon, May 24, 2021 at 4:52 PM Richard Yu <richardyu042 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have a question about generic traversal/transformation of nested data
>> structures. From what I understand the main options available are SYB,
>> Uniplate, GHC.Generics and Data.Lens (although I am under the impression
>> this requires record types). The data structure I am attempting to traverse
>> is similar to this simplified version:
>> data SExpr = Expr | Const
>> data Const = B bool | I int
>> data Expr = Lambda String SExpr | If Expr ...
>> I have attempted to use Uniplate and GHC.Generics to traverse the built
>> AST and modify for example, the string of a Lambda type, but have not been
>> able to figure out how to get any of the libraries to typecheck. The
>> examples or docs I found were not quite enough. Does anyone know of
>> examples that might help or explain how I should be using the generic
>> In addition if I moved to writing the AST with GADTs, do some generic
>> traversal strategies/libraries stop working?
>> Many thanks,
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