capataz

capataz enhances the reliability of your concurrent applications by offering supervision of green threads that run in your application. Advantages over standard library: Links related long-living processes together under a common capataz supervisor, with restart/shutdown order Set restart strategies (Permanent, Transient, Temporary) on IO sub-routines on a granular level Set restart strategies on a pool of long-living worker threads (AllForOne, OneForOne) Complete telemetry on the sub-routine lifecycle of your application (start, error, restarts, shutdown)


Keywords
control, library, mit, Propose Tags , Capataz, Control.Concurrent.Capataz, Control.Concurrent.Capataz.Event, Control.Concurrent.Capataz.Internal.Core, Control.Concurrent.Capataz.Internal.Supervisor, Control.Concurrent.Capataz.Internal.Types, Control.Concurrent.Capataz.Internal.Types.Lens, Control.Concurrent.Capataz.Internal.Util, Control.Concurrent.Capataz.Internal.Worker, Control.Concurrent.Capataz.Lens, Installation, Documentation, Development, cabal file's dependecies, here, Purpose, FAQ, developer guidelines, concurrency, haskell, supervisor
License
MIT
Install
cabal install capataz-0.2.0.0

Documentation

Capataz

Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising every time we fail.– Confucius

Table Of Contents

Installation

Hackage Stackage LTS Stackage Nightly

Make sure you include the following entry on your cabal file's dependecies section.

library:
  build-depends: capataz

Or on your package.yaml

dependencies:
- capataz

Documentation

The documentation website can be found here. Some relevant links:

Development

Build Status Github Hackage Dependencies

Follow the developer guidelines

In future releases

  • Replace Protolude in favor of RIO
  • Documentation of performance analysis
  • Ensure unit tests always finish on all concurrent scenarios (dejafu experiment)