deriving-compat

Backports of GHC deriving extensions https://github.com/haskell-compat/deriving-compat

Version on this page:0.3.5
LTS Haskell 9.14:0.3.6
Stackage Nightly 2017-11-20:0.3.6
Latest on Hackage:0.3.6
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Maintained by Ryan Scott

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deriving-compat

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Provides Template Haskell functions that mimic deriving extensions that were introduced or modified in recent versions of GHC. Currently, the following typeclasses/extensions are covered:

  • Deriving Bounded
  • Deriving Enum
  • Deriving Ix
  • Deriving Eq, Eq1, and Eq2
  • Deriving Ord, Ord1, and Ord2
  • Deriving Read, Read1, and Read2
  • Deriving Show, Show1, and Show2
  • DeriveFoldable
  • DeriveFunctor
  • DeriveTraversable

See the Data.Deriving module for a full list of backported changes.

Note that some recent GHC typeclasses/extensions are not covered by this package:

  • DeriveDataTypeable
  • DeriveGeneric, which was introducted in GHC 7.2 for deriving Generic instances, and modified in GHC 7.6 to allow derivation of Generic1 instances. Use Generics.Deriving.TH from generic-deriving to derive Generic(1) using Template Haskell.
  • DeriveLift, which was introduced in GHC 8.0 for deriving Lift instances. Use Language.Haskell.TH.Lift from th-lift to derive Lift using Template Haskell.
  • The Bifunctor typeclass, which was introduced in GHC 7.10, as well as the Bifoldable and Bitraversable typeclasses, which were introduced in GHC 8.2. Use Data.Bifunctor.TH from bifunctors to derive these typeclasses using Template Haskell.

Changes

0.3.6 [2017.04.10]

  • Make deriveTraversable use liftA2 in derived implementations of traverse when possible, now that liftA2 is a class method of Applicative (as of GHC 8.2)
  • Make deriveShow use showCommaSpace, a change introduced in GHC 8.2

0.3.5 [2016.12.12]

  • Fix bug in which derived Ord instances for datatypes with many constructors would fail to typecheck

0.3.4 [2016.10.20]

  • Fix bug in which infix record selectors weren't shown with parentheses in derived Show instances
  • Fix bug in which record selectors weren't parsed correctly in derived Read instances

0.3.3 [2016.09.11]

  • Add Data.Bounded.Deriving, which allows deriving Bounded with TH.
  • Add Data.Enum.Deriving, which allows deriving Enum with TH.
  • Add Data.Ix.Deriving, which allows deriving Ix with TH.
  • Fix bug in which derived Show instance would parenthesize the output too eagerly

0.3.2

  • Incorporate a fix to GHC Trac #10858, which will be introduced in GHC 8.2
  • Fix bug in which derived Ord instances accidentally swapped their less-than(-or-equal-to) and greater-than(-or-equal-to) methods
  • Fix GHC HEAD build

0.3.1

  • Allow deriving Functor and Foldable instances for datatypes containing unboxed tuples
  • Microoptimization in derived instances of higher-order versions of Eq, Ord, Read, and Show

0.3

  • Added Data.Eq.Deriving, which allows deriving Eq, Eq1, and Eq2 with TH.
  • Added Data.Ord.Deriving, which allows deriving Ord, Ord1, and Ord2 with TH.
  • Added Data.Read.Deriving, which allows deriving Read, Read1, and Eq2 with TH.
  • Renamed Text.Show.Deriving.Options to ShowOptions so as to disambiguate it from the options datatypes in other deriving-compat modules.

0.2.2

  • Fixed a bug in Text.Show.Deriving's treatment of unlifted types

0.2.1

  • Added Text.Show.Deriving, which allows deriving Show, Show1, and Show2 with TH.

0.2

  • Added support for GHC 8.0
  • Added Data.Functor.Deriving and Data.Traversable.Deriving, which allow deriving Functor and Traversable with TH.
  • Added Data.Deriving, which reexports all other modules

0.1

  • Initial commit
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