I’ve been working on an application server in Haskell on and off for a while. Here is the announcement I just posted to the Haskell mailing lists:
HAppS is a Haskell library for building Internet applications, featuring:
- HAppS.ACID: Guarantee application integrity in the face of unplanned outages using this module’s integrated write-ahead logging and checkpointing framework.
- HAppS.DBMS: Do relational operations in Haskell (rather than SQL) on Haskell sets (outside the IO Monad). Define custom indices for your Haskell datatypes (e.g. geographic/geometric types). Use in combination with ACID for a robust relational DBMS customized for your application.
- HAppS.Protocols: Expose your application using as an HTTP server and/or by recieving and sending SMTP.
HAppS is released by HAppS.org under the terms of the GNU General Public License Version 2, a copy of which is enclosed with this package.
How do I get HAppS?
More information is available at http://HAppS.org
A tarball of HAppS is available at http://HAppS.org/HAppS/happs.tar.gz. HAppS is also available via darcs:
darcs get http://happs.org/HAppS