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Snap: A Haskell Web Framework (Core); documentation

Snap is a simple and fast web development framework and server written in Haskell. For more information or to download the latest version, you can visit the Snap project website at <>.

This library contains the core definitions and types for the Snap framework, including:

1. Primitive types and functions for HTTP (requests, responses, cookies, post/query parameters, etc)

2. Type aliases and helper functions for Iteratee I/O

3. A monad for programming web handlers called \"Snap\", inspired by happstack's (<>), which allows:

o Stateful access to the HTTP request and response objects

o Monadic failure (i.e. MonadPlus/Alternative instances) for declining to handle requests and chaining handlers together

o Early termination of the computation if you know early what you want to return and want to prevent further monadic processing

This package contains the documentation files.

Package version:0.8.1-1


haskell-snap-core (0.8.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release
    + Bumps mtl, transformers and MonadCatchIO-transformers dependency range

 -- Joachim Breitner <>  Sun, 13 May 2012 12:22:40 +0200

haskell-snap-core ( unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream version.
  * Change the range of libghc-enumerator-dev, libghc-mwc-random-dev,
    and libghc-unorde


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