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Library for Asynchronous Programming in SML
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This library implements a simple and portable library for asynchronous
programming in SML. The design of this library is heavily based on
[1], which is a library posted by Stephen Weeks to the MLton-user
mailing list.
Info
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License: MLton license (a BSD-style license)
Portability: portable
Ported to: MLKit, MLton, Poly/ML, and SML/NJ
Stability: experimental
Maintainer: Vesa Karvonen <vesa.a.j.k@gmail.com>
About Library Organization
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public/
This directory contains the documented signature definitions (*.sig)
and listings of all top-level bindings exported by this library
(public/export.sml). The contents of this directory should be
sufficient to understand how to use the functionality provided by
this library.
example/
This directory contains examples related to this library.
lib.mlb
This build file defines the library. See the file for further
instructions.
detail/
This directory contains the implementation details of the library.
About Motivation and Scope
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See [1] for starters.
Contributions
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The signatures and structures defined by this library are not meant to
be cast in stone! We welcome contributions including new features,
bug fixes, and ports to new compilers. The recommended submit method
for small contributions to this library is to send a message with a
brief description of the proposed contribution as well as a patch
containing full code and documentation (signature comments) to either
the MLton-user list
mlton-user@mlton.org
or the MLton list
mlton@mlton.org .
For larger extensions or changes we recommend that you first contact
the active maintainer(s) of this library. The preferred contact method
is through the above mailing lists.
References
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[1] Simple, portable, asynchronous programming in SML.
Stephen Weeks.
Posted on the mlton-user@mlton.org mailing list on July 19th, 2006.
[http://mlton.org/pipermail/mlton-user/2006-July/000856.html]