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Tue Jun 30 16:35:08 EDT 2020

Redo as a composition layer

It actually works quite well: leave the components to their protocols.
Let them do whatever makes sense.  Files are probably best.  Then
orchestrate a dataflow network around that.

It is a bit of work to capture all that in data structures and build
rules, but that work needs to happen anyway, so maybe best to use a
good structure for it.

One thing though: I am tired of dynamic typing errors.  It would
probably be a good idea to rewrite this in Haskell or something, or to
create a layer where everyting is actually proxied in the file system
using some kind of tokens, such that ordinary build tools can be used?

E.g. a running daemon could be a file with its address (pid, socket,
...).




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