"Left" values of right-biased monads like
Result (as in,
Failure()) ignore blocks passed to
bind. Because of this, these values travel across the application without any modification. If the place where a
Failure was constructed is burried somewhere deep in the app or library code it may be pretty hard to find out where exactly the error occurred.
This is a noticable downside compared to "good" old exceptions. To address it, every
None() value tracks the line where it was created:
# create_user.rb require 'dry/monads' class CreateUser include Dry::Monads[:result] def call Failure(:no_luck) end end
require 'create_user' create_user = CreateUser.new create_user.() # => Failure(:no_luck) create_user.().trace # => .../create_user.rb:8:in `call'
Note that the trace stores only one line of the stack so it shouldn't ever be a performance issue.