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A few years ago I was tinkering with Haskell and looked at a framework call HAppS which kept all its state in memory. Doesn't look like the project has really been active lately.

HAppS is dead, long live Happstack!

What you're talking about was the HAppS-State component of the HAppS application server, a project which is in deed not active anymore. Happstack is the active fork of HAppS and had a "happstack-state" component for a while, but this was eventually rewritten from scratch and made independent of Happstack and is now known as acid-state [1]. It's even used for the new Hackage server that powers the Haskell package ecosystem.

[1] https://github.com/acid-state/acid-state

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