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Namespaced IO Layer

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1 Introduction

The Haskell I/O library is based on the underlying Unix/Posix concepts, repeating its well-known design specifics and inconsistencies. The namespaced IO library provides an IO abstraction based on the ideas found in Plan 9 and Inferno, that is, to represent each IO capable resource as a virtual file server exposing a tree of files and directories, organizing those trees using per-process configurable namespaces.

2 Availability

Project summary (licensing, etc.): http://code.google.com/p/hs-ogl-misc/

Source code: http://code.google.com/p/hs-ogl-misc/source/browse/ under the io-layer directory.

Checkout: see http://code.google.com/p/hs-ogl-misc/source/checkout (Mercurial repo)