Typelevel programming allows developers to encode several flavours of runtime invariants into the type system. Unfortunately, libraries that support typelevel programming tend to be poorly documented, difficult to understand and difficult to hack. This makes them hard to customize to the needs of a specific project/problem.
TypeQuux provides concise, efficient and easy-to-modify implementations of several typelevel programming primitives. As such, it represents collected wisdom on type-hackery in scala.
To use, add the following line to your
libraryDependencies += "com.simianquant" %% "typequux" % "0.9.0" // scala-jvm libraryDependencies += "com.simianquant" %%% "typequux" % "0.9.0" // scala-js/cross
Binaries for 2.11 and 2.12 are available upto version 0.8.1. After version 0.9.0, only 2.13 binaries are available.
Currently supported primitives are:
- Church encodings of booleans
- Peano numbers
- Dense numbers (like peano numbers but much faster)
- Natural Transformations
- Type Unions and Exclusions
- Singleton types for literals
- Covariant heterogenous lists
- HList style operations on tuples
- Collections with statically known sizes
- Collections indexed by a string, which are like associative maps with static guarantees
- Records, which are like adhoc classes
- Constraints, that allow you to abstract over arity and structure
- Drop support for Scala Native
- Add FalseConstraint
- Add support for Scala 2.13
Copyright 2020 Harshad Deo
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