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Haskell OpenGL animation done right: using closures and channels instead of IORef’s

There is a lot of Haskell OpenGL tutorials on the web introducing to basic OpenGL drawing in Haskell. I’ve read about a dozen of them, but none are highlighting an important issue right: how to react to user’s input? The tutorials either omit this topic, or fall back to ugly and non-idiomatic IORefs to return data from callbacks (even the Haskell wiki goes this way). Although there is a much nicer way to handle GLUT/GLFW callbacks which is explained below.

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