om-show: Utilities for showing string-like things.

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Utilities for showing string-like things.


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Versions [RSS] 0.1.2.6
Dependencies aeson (>=2.0.3.0 && <2.1), base (>=4.15.0.0 && <4.16), text (>=1.2.5.0 && <1.3) [details]
License MIT
Copyright 2021 Owens Murray, LLC.
Author Rick Owens
Maintainer rick@owensmurray.com
Category Text
Home page https://github.com/owensmurray/om-show
Uploaded by rickowens at 2022-10-11T02:35:04Z
Distributions NixOS:0.1.2.6
Reverse Dependencies 6 direct, 1 indirect [details]
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Readme for om-show-0.1.2.6

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om-show

Haskell utilities for turning values into string representations. It is mainly just a couple of very useful functions that eliminate a lot of conversion to from text types. It's so small that I can just post the entire source code in this README:

{-# LANGUAGE DerivingStrategies #-}
{-# LANGUAGE GeneralizedNewtypeDeriving #-}

{- | Utilities for showing string-like things. -}
module OM.Show (
  showt,
  showj,
  ShowJ(..),
) where


import Data.Aeson (encode, ToJSON)
import Data.String (IsString, fromString)
import qualified Data.Text.Lazy as TL
import qualified Data.Text.Lazy.Encoding as TLE


{- | Like 'show', but for any string-like thing. -}
showt :: (Show a, IsString b) => a -> b
showt = fromString . show


{- |
  Show the JSON representation as any kind of string-like thing.
  Primarily useful for dumping JSON values into log messages without having to
  jump through too many hoops.
-}
showj :: (ToJSON a, IsString b) => a -> b
showj = fromString . TL.unpack . TLE.decodeUtf8 . encode


{- |
  Wrapper whose 'Show' instance outputs JSON.

  Especially useful with `-XDerivingVia`
  e.g.

  > newtype Foo = Foo SomeType
  >   deriving Show via (ShowJ SomeType)

  This will cause @show (foo :: Foo) to output the JSON representation
  of SomeType.
-}
newtype ShowJ a = ShowJ a
  deriving stock (Eq, Ord)
  deriving newtype (ToJSON)
instance (ToJSON a) => Show (ShowJ a) where
  show = showj