Class restrictions on type instances
|Reported by:||LysikovVV||Owned by:|
|Type of failure:||Difficulty:||Unknown|
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I'm using type families to implement bools and integers on type level.
There is a class BoolT with with two instances and type families representing usual boolean functions, e.g. NotT. By semantics of NotT, implication (BoolT a) => (BoolT (NotT a)) holds, but I cannot specify this to compiler, and using BoolT with NotT is painful.
So I think there must be syntactic construction to restrict type family instances to some class, something like
type family NotT a with (BoolT a) => (BoolT (NotT a))
class BoolT a where type NotT a with BoolT (NotT a)