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package dsl

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  1. trait AbstractBindingDefDSL[BindDSL[_], BindDSLAfterFrom[_], SetDSL[_]] extends AnyRef
  2. trait IncludesDSL extends AnyRef
  3. trait ModuleDefDSL extends AbstractBindingDefDSL[MakeDSL, MakeDSLUnnamedAfterFrom, SetDSL] with IncludesDSL with TagsDSL

    DSL for defining module Bindings.

    DSL for defining module Bindings.

    Example:

    class Program[F[_]: TagK: Monad] extends ModuleDef {
      make[TaglessProgram[F]]
    }
    
    object TryInterpreters extends ModuleDef {
      make[Validation.Handler[Try]].from(tryValidationHandler)
      make[Interaction.Handler[Try]].from(tryInteractionHandler)
    }
    
    // Combine modules into a full program
    val TryProgram = new Program[Try] ++ TryInterpreters

    Singleton bindings:

    • make[X] = create X using its constructor
    • make[X].from[XImpl] = bind X to its subtype XImpl using XImpl's constructor
    • make[X].from(myX) = bind X to an already existing instance myX
    • make[X].from { y: Y => new X(y) } = bind X to an instance of X constructed by a given Functoid requesting an Y parameter
    • make[X].from { y: Y @Id("special") => new X(y) } = bind X to an instance of X constructed by a given Functoid, requesting a named "special" Y parameter
    • make[X].from { y: Y => new X(y) }.annotateParameter[Y]("special") = bind X to an instance of X constructed by a given Functoid, requesting a named "special" Y parameter
    • make[X].named("special") = bind a named instance of X. It can then be summoned using Id annotation.
    • make[X].using[X]("special") = bind X to refer to another already bound named instance at key [X].named("special")
    • make[X].fromEffect(X.create[F]: F[X]) = create X using a purely-functional effect X.create in F monad
    • make[X].fromResource(X.resource[F]: Lifecycle[F, X]) = create X using a Lifecycle value specifying its creation and destruction lifecycle
    • make[X].from[XImpl].modify(fun(_)) = Create X using XImpl's constructor and apply fun to the result
    • make[X].from[XImpl].modifyBy(_.flatAp { (c: C, d: D) => (x: X) => c.method(x, d) }) = Create X using XImpl's constructor and modify its Functoid using the provided lambda - in this case by summoning additional C & D dependencies and applying C.method to X

    Set bindings:

    • many[X].add[X1].add[X2] = bind a Set of X, and add subtypes X1 and X2 created via their constructors to it. Sets can be bound in multiple different modules. All the elements of the same set in different modules will be joined together.
    • many[X].add(x1).add(x2) = add *instances* x1 and x2 to a Set[X]
    • many[X].add { y: Y => new X1(y).add { y: Y => X2(y) } = add instances of X1 and X2 constructed by a given Provider function
    • many[X].named("special").add[X1] = create a named set of X, all the elements of it are added to this named set.
    • many[X].ref[XImpl] = add a reference to an already **existing** binding of XImpl to a set of X's
    • many[X].ref[X]("special") = add a reference to an **existing** named binding of X to a set of X's

    Mutators:

    • modify[X](fun(_)) = add a modifier applying fun to the value bound at X (mutator application order is unspecified)
    • modify[X].by(_.flatAp { (c: C, d: D) => (x: X) => c.method(x, d) }) = add a modifier, applying the provided lambda to a Functoid retrieving X - in this case by summoning additional C & D dependencies and applying C.method to X

    Tags:

    • make[X].tagged("t1", "t2) = attach tags to X's binding.
    • many[X].add[X1].tagged("x1tag") = Tag a specific element of X. The tags of sets and their elements are separate.
    • many[X].tagged("xsettag") = Tag the binding of empty Set of X with a tag. The tags of sets and their elements are separate.

    Includes:

    • include(that: ModuleDef) = add all bindings in that module into this module
    See also

    TagK

    Id

    ModuleDefDSL

  4. trait TagsDSL extends AnyRef

Value Members

  1. object AbstractBindingDefDSL
  2. object IncludesDSL
  3. object ModuleDefDSL

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