An efficient packed, immutable Unicode text type (both strict and lazy), with a powerful loop fusion optimization framework.
The Text type represents Unicode character strings, in a time and space-efficient manner. This package provides text processing capabilities that are optimized for performance critical use, both in terms of large data quantities and high speed.
The Text type provides character-encoding, type-safe case conversion via whole-string case conversion functions. It also provides a range of functions for converting Text values to and from ByteStrings, using several standard encodings.
Efficient locale-sensitive support for text IO is also supported.
These modules are intended to be imported qualified, to avoid name clashes with Prelude functions, e.g.
> import qualified Data.Text as T
To use an extended and very rich family of functions for working with Unicode text (including normalization, regular expressions, non-standard encodings, text breaking, and locales), see the text-icu package: http://hackage.haskell.org/package/text-icu
The library provides binary instances for strict and lazy text types.
A text formatting library optimized for both ease of use and high performance.
Tiny library dedicated for text formating in C# style.
Haskell bindings to the International Components for Unicode (ICU) libraries. These libraries provide robust and full-featured Unicode services on a wide variety of platforms.
* Both pure and impure bindings, to allow for fine control over efficiency and ease of use.
* Breaking of strings on character, word, sentence, and line boundaries.
* Access to the Unicode Character Database (UCD) of character metadata.
* String collation functions, for locales where the conventions for lexicographic ordering differ from the simple numeric ordering of character codes.
* Character set conversion functions, allowing conversion between Unicode and over 220 character encodings.
* Unicode normalization. (When implementations keep strings in a normalized form, they can be assured that equivalent strings have a unique binary representation.)
* Regular expression search and replace.
text-json-qq provides json quasiquatation for Haskell.
This package expose the function jsonQQ that compile time converts json code into a Text.JSON.JSValue. jsonQQ got the signature
> jsonQQ :: QuasiQuoter.
Consult documentation in the module Text.JSON.QQ.
This package provides various functions over the ASCII ang Latin-1 portions of the Char and Word8 data types.
This package provides an interface for injecting text into monoids such as builders and printers.
Text.XML.Generic can automatically serialize from the Data-type class to XML-strings.
XML quasiquoter. Can convert XML code into Haskell data structures compile time.
At the moment only Text.XML.Light (xml-package) backend.
Supports namespaces, attributes, embedding Haskell variables etc.
See github for more information and examples of usage.
A simple Haskell program to provide tags for Haskell code completion in TextMate
Graph plots of y(x), parametric (x(t),y(t)), and polar r(phi) functions with ASCII text.
Common operations for different kinds of texts, including English-specific operations.
This package has been deprecated. Now the attoparsec includes all functionality from this library.
This package has been deprecated. You recommend that you use either attoparsec-enumerator or attoparsec-conduit packages.
The text converter for aws-sdk.
A library for efficiently rendering Haskell datatypes to bytestrings.
Note: if you use GHCi or Template Haskell, please see the README file for important details about building this package, and other packages that depend on it: https://github.com/bos/blaze-textual#readme
A library for efficiently rendering Haskell datatypes to bytestrings.
Note: if you use GHCi or Template Haskell, please see the README file for important details about building this package, and other packages that depend on it: https://github.com/mailrank/blaze-textual#readme
This is a port of John Goerzen's convertible package, intended to distinguish between conversions which are guaranteed to succeed and those which might fail. It uses the attempt package, which in turn uses the failure package, so that this package is fully compatible with the failure framework.
This package currently contains all of the typeclasses and instances for convertible. However, as these features are ported to the convertible package, this package will be left with only the instances for converting to and from text types (String, ByteString (lazy and strict) and Text (lazy and strict).
Be aware that conversions to and from bytestrings assume UTF-8 encoding. If a different encoding is desired, you can use a newtype wrapper and declare an instance of ConvertAttempt or ConvertSuccess on it.
The main module to import is Data.Convertible.Text.
This package provides an interface for converting between data and its (human-friendly) textual representation.
Parse character delimited textual data
This library provides an attoparsec-text parser and blaze-builder for XML Document Type Declaration (DTD) documents.
Summarise all nodes in top-down, left-to-right order, carrying some state down the tree during the computation, but not left-to-right to siblings.
Extends explicit-iomodes with Text operations
The functions of this package helps loading GPipe textures from file. It is based on the stb-image package, and supports subsets of the JPG, PNG, TGA, BMP and PSD formats.
Implementation of the MULTEXT-East morphosyntactic descriptors. MULTEXT-East encodes values of morphosyntatic attributes in a single string, using positional encoding. For details, refer to http://nl.ijs.si/ME.
A QuasiQuoter for interpolating values into Text strings.
Extends safer-file-handles with Text operations
interpolation with quasi-quotation: stick haskell variables into haskell strings
Note there is no dependency on haskell-src-extras. If you don't mind that dependency, you may want to look at using these packages: Interpolation, interpolatedstring-perl6, interpolatedstring-qq.
This package has 1 other general feature that those others may not (but would be easy to duplicate): instead of using quasi-quoting you can also use an external file. It also has url/embeding interpolation, with @ and ^, which are used in Yesod.
This package also uses blaze-builder for efficiently constructing strings (I am not sure what the other packages use). This might be of interest to you for large templates or performance sensitive code, or otherwise having a nice interface to blaze-builder
Shakespeare is a template family for type-safe, efficient templates with simple variable interpolation. Shakespeare templates can be used inline with a quasi-quoter or in an external file. Shakespeare interpolates variables according to the type being inserted. In this case, the variable type needs a ToText instance.
Please see http:www.yesodweb.combookshakespearean-templates for a more thorough description and examples of the shakespeare family of template languages.
Provides SYB-with-class instances for Text from the text package.
A clone of wl-pprint for use with the text library.
The contents of this package is t use Text.Markdown in a typical yesod project, that is, this module also contains instances related to persistence, even though it isn't tightly coupled to yesod.
This package is different from the yesod-markdown package which uses the pandoc renderer for markdown. The main advantages of having Text.Markdown as underlying renderer is the much smaller dependencies and the permissiver license. See https://github.com/pbrisbin/yesod-markdown and https://github.com/snoyberg/markdown.
This package intentionally tries to be like yesod-markdown, so switching between the markdown backends should be easy.
If you wonder why the haddocks only show a few exports, it's because it doesn't show exporting of instances which is most of what this package is about.