Thanks for the kudos, it's nice that this library is actually useful to
people because I wrote it last year and it sat for a while.
I know you said you solved the problem you were having, I just figured I'd
share a github repository of the prototype work I was doing on a UI Tree
component in case you wanted to compare it to another idea. Again, I wrote
this code a year ago so I don't know if it will be useful to you, but I was
able to get a functioning UI tree that I was happy with.
On Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 5:21:41 AM UTC-4, Jonathan Fishbein wrote:
> Actually might have gotten it to work! Thanks again for making the library
> On Thursday, November 26, 2015 at 10:01:05 AM UTC-5, Tom Kidd wrote:
>> I am working on creating a Tree UI Component that would eventually use
>> the Elm Architecture. In doing this work, I uncovered the need to be able
>> to update and navigate tree data structures, and found Huet zippers as a
>> reasonable starting point. I searched the the elm packages and didn't find
>> an implementation, so I created one.
>> So far, the implementation is not complete (have not implemented
>> attach/delete), but I believe it is still useful.
>> I am looking for feedback because I intend to use this code as a basis
>> for the Tree Component, which I also intend to share when it is ready. This
>> is my first package, so before I submitted it, I wanted to get some
>> feedback. Anyone who is interested in this, please review at the following:
>> *LYAH Zippers (used for tree updates)*
>> *Elm Maybe Monad (needed for possible errors with traversal)*
>> `andThen`, or &> could be used with Zipper a -> Maybe (Zipper a) to
>> compose them together.
>> *Huet Zipper*
>> I still would need to implement the attach and remove functions in order
>> to create a useful library.
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