arrow-effects-extensions / arrow.effects.extensions.resource.functor / arrow.Kind

Extensions for arrow.Kind

as fun <F, E, A, B> Kind<Kind<Kind<ForResource, F>, E>, A>.as(BR: Bracket<F, E>, arg1: B): Resource<F, E, B>
fproduct fun <F, E, A, B> Kind<Kind<Kind<ForResource, F>, E>, A>.fproduct(BR: Bracket<F, E>, arg1: (A) -> B): Resource<F, E, Tuple2<A, B>>
imap fun <F, E, A, B> Kind<Kind<Kind<ForResource, F>, E>, A>.imap(BR: Bracket<F, E>, arg1: (A) -> B, arg2: (B) -> A): Resource<F, E, B>
map fun <F, E, A, B> Kind<Kind<Kind<ForResource, F>, E>, A>.map(BR: Bracket<F, E>, arg1: (A) -> B): Resource<F, E, B>
tupleLeft fun <F, E, A, B> Kind<Kind<Kind<ForResource, F>, E>, A>.tupleLeft(BR: Bracket<F, E>, arg1: B): Resource<F, E, Tuple2<B, A>>
tupleRight fun <F, E, A, B> Kind<Kind<Kind<ForResource, F>, E>, A>.tupleRight(BR: Bracket<F, E>, arg1: B): Resource<F, E, Tuple2<A, B>>
unit fun <F, E, A> Kind<Kind<Kind<ForResource, F>, E>, A>.unit(BR: Bracket<F, E>): Resource<F, E, Unit>
widen fun <F, E, B, A : B> Kind<Kind<Kind<ForResource, F>, E>, A>.widen(BR: Bracket<F, E>): Resource<F, E, B>