On Sunday, September 18, 2016 at 9:33:14 PM UTC+1, Erik Lott wrote:
> I'm not sure what the outmessage package is that you linked to, but you 
> don't need a package to manage this. An outmsg is just a messge that is 
> returned from the update function, to notify the function caller of 
> something important that happened internally. If you're new to elm, it's 
> probably better to wire an OutMsg yourself, just so you know exactly what's 
> going on with the code. If you haven't yet seen the Sortable Table Example 
> <https://github.com/evancz/elm-sortable-table>, you should have a close 
> look at the code. You'll see great examples of the update and view method 
> returning useful messages.

Yes, I have struggled a bit to figure out how to do that, because I have 
split the code into module, and the return type of the 'update' function in 
a module is different to the return type of the 'update' function in the 
top-level module. How does one translate between those types?

I can see how it is done for a view, using Html.App.map.

How do I trigger a Cmd on the top-level from the update function of a 
module? Must be something to do with Cmd.map...?

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