cr VS free

Compare cr vs free and see what are their differences.


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cr free
0 3
3 141
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0.0 4.0
- 4 days ago
Haskell Haskell
GNU General Public License v3.0 only BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License
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Posts with mentions or reviews of cr. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.

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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


Posts with mentions or reviews of free. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-11-18.
  • Is this meta-authentication system possible in Haskell
    1 project | | 10 Apr 2022
    If you want me to go into more detail after you've given it a go, let me know. There are a few free monad libraries out there. I think the best place to start is, because it is the least cushy library, and so you can learn how they work internally etc. Later you might try algebraic effects as a backup.
  • Stack-safety for free?
    3 projects | | 18 Nov 2021
    That's an awesome tagline! I have a Haskell background and was alluding to "Monads for free" from the free package when picking the title "Stack-safety for free?" Alluding to Rust's "fearless concurrency" seems so much more appropriate though.
  • [ANN] merge, cropty, and trust-chain
    2 projects | | 18 Sep 2021 is a little more out there, but the most interesting to me personally. There are two ways to think about it, each useful to different audiences. On one hand, it can be seen as a tree where the node structure and leaf type are type level parameters, and every internal node is signed by the private key corresponding to the public key at that node. In Haskell, it can be seen as a free monad where every layer is signed in that same way.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing cr and free you can also consider the following projects:

Free Category - Free categories, free arrows and free categories with monadic actions

eveff - Efficient Haskell effect handlers based on evidence translation.

effect-monad - Provides 'graded monads' and 'parameterised monads' to Haskell, enabling fine-grained reasoning about effects.

fused-effects - A fast, flexible, fused effect system for Haskell

Free Algebras - Free Algebras in Haskell

freer-simple - A friendly effect system for Haskell

cond - Basic conditional operators with monadic variants.

bytestring-progress - A Haskell library for tracking the consumption of lazy ByteStrings

transient - A full stack, reactive architecture for general purpose programming. Algebraic and monadically composable primitives for concurrency, parallelism, event handling, transactions, multithreading, Web, and distributed computing with complete de-inversion of control (No callbacks, no blocking, pure state)

ChannelT - Generalized stream processors

recursion-schemes - Generalized bananas, lenses and barbed wire

extensible-effects - Extensible Effects: An Alternative to Monad Transformers