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ghc-atomic-write-0.2.0.7-1.fc33 RPM for armv7hl

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Name: ghc-atomic-write Distribution: Fedora Project
Version: 0.2.0.7 Vendor: Fedora Project
Release: 1.fc33 Build date: Tue Sep 1 19:12:42 2020
Group: Unspecified Build host: buildvm-a32-17.iad2.fedoraproject.org
Size: 71388 Source RPM: ghc-atomic-write-0.2.0.7-1.fc33.src.rpm
Packager: Fedora Project
Url: https://hackage.haskell.org/package/atomic-write
Summary: Atomically write to a file
Atomically write to a file on POSIX-compliant systems while preserving
permissions.

On most Unix systems, `mv` is an atomic operation. This makes it simple to
write to a file atomically just by using the mv operation. However, this will
destroy the permissions on the original file. This library does the following
to preserve permissions while atomically writing to a file:

* If an original file exists, take those permissions and apply them to the temp
file before `mv`ing the file into place.

* If the original file does not exist, create a following with default
permissions (based on the currently-active umask).

This way, when the file is `mv`'ed into place, the permissions will be the ones
held by the original file.

This library is based on similar implementations found in common libraries in
Ruby and Python:

* <http://apidock.com/rails/File/atomic_write/class Ruby on Rails includes a
similar method called atomic_write>

*
<https://github.com/chef/chef/blob/c4631816132fcfefaba3d123a1d0dfe8bc2866bb/lib/chef/file_content_management/deploy/mv_unix.rb#L23:L71
Chef includes atomic update functionality>

* <https://github.com/sashka/atomicfile There is a python library for
atomically updating a file>

To use `atomic-write`, import the module corresponding to the type you wish to
write atomically, e.g., to write a (strict) ByteString atomically:

> import System.AtomicWrite.Writer.ByteString

Then you can use the atomicWriteFile function that accepts a `FilePath` and a
`ByteString`, e.g.:

> atomicWriteFile myFilePath myByteString.

Provides

Requires

License

MIT

Changelog

* Sun Aug 23 2020 Jens Petersen <petersen@redhat.com> - 0.2.0.7-1
  - spec file generated by cabal-rpm-2.0.6

Files

/usr/lib/.build-id
/usr/lib/.build-id/f6
/usr/lib/.build-id/f6/9c20dcafa4ab7482606b95bf524f8d2f35df8a
/usr/lib/libHSatomic-write-0.2.0.7-2T9Qcmt1Uky1TLEJV4yszz-ghc8.8.4.so
/usr/share/licenses/ghc-atomic-write
/usr/share/licenses/ghc-atomic-write/LICENSE


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