Implicit parameters vs ReaderT

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  • Truth

    Changes and Pinafore projects. Pull requests not accepted. (by AshleyYakeley)

  • Here's an example in Pinafore's type unifier code, where I use ?rigidity :: String -> NameRigidity everywhere. In my opinion, the implicit parameter constraint makes the already complicated code slightly simpler. But it doesn't escape the module.

  • codex

    UI experiments for coda (by ekmett)

  • https://github.com/ekmett/codex/tree/master/engine is a nice demonstration, in particular the fact that user code in there all runs in IO directly, with no mtl-like interpreter overhead.

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  • cleff

    Fast and concise extensible effects

  • I ended up using a different approach to guiding inference in my project, but I still thought the IP way was cool

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