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Parallel streaming in Haskell: Part 1 – Fast, efficient, and fun
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> makes me think that there aren't any conduits that have more data than can fit in memory on a single machine
Just because you can dedup a conduit doesn't mean you have to. We use conduits for streaming gigabytes-large files while staying within megabytes of memory use – ensuring that is one of the main selling points of libraries like conduit: https://github.com/snoyberg/conduit#readme
What are some alternatives?
wai-conduit - Haskell Web Application Interface
tar-conduit - Conduit based tar extraction mechanism
binary-conduit - binary serialization interface for conduit
fsnotify-conduit - Get filesystem notifications as a stream of events
cryptonite-conduit - conduit bridge for cryptonite
conduit-combinators - Type classes for mapping, folding, and traversing monomorphic containers
conduit-audio - Use conduit to process/manipulate/convert audio
cryptohash-conduit - Simple conduit function for cryptohash
couchdb-conduit - Couch DB client library
csv-conduit - Flexible, fast and constant-space CSV library for Haskell using conduits