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Edward Kmett reflects on the benefits of Haskell as a functional programming language - especially at scale.
2 projects | reddit.com/r/haskell | 14 Dec 2021
It's a conceptual error of the authors. You can't fuse if you're still holding a reference to the thunk: https://github.com/haskell/tar/issues/57
What are some alternatives?
zip-archive - Native Haskell library for working with zip archives
lzip - Lzip compression / Lzlib bindings
hs-zstd - Bindings to the Zstandard library to make it usable from the Haskell programming language.
snappy - Fast Haskell bindings to Google's Snappy compression library
binary-serialise-cbor - Binary serialisation in the CBOR format
multihash-serialise - Haskell libraries for interacting with IPFS
utf8-string - Support for reading and writing UTF8 Strings in Haskell
simple-tar - A very simple tar archive processing library
mime - A Haskell MIME library
xlsx - Simple and incomplete Excel file parser/writer