O(n) Convert a String into a Text.
Subject to fusion. Performs replacement on invalid scalar values.
O(n) Convert a String into a Text. Subject to fusion. Performs replacement on invalid scalar values.
This program is meant as a tool for suggesting version change of libraries. It tries to match official Package Versioning Policy.
See http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Package_versioning_policy for details.
This version works by inspecting new/removed exported modules or entities. It doesn't currently check the types of exported elements.
> package-vt module-ver-1.hs module-ver-2.hs
If you unpack modules with cabal unpack you can use the following form:
> # unpack modules
> cabal unpack package-1
> cabal unpack package-2
> package-vt module-1/module.cabal module-2/module.cabal
This provides a library and command line tool for checking if the upper bounds in your package's dependency list excludes the newest package available. The code was originally available only as a web interface at http://packdeps.haskellers.com/, but is now available for standalone use as well.
The command line tool has an incredibly simple interface: simply pass it a list of cabal files, and it will tell you what dependencies- if any- are restricted.
(Deprecated) Packed Strings.
An implementation of the first-fit, modified-first-fit, last-fit, best-fit, sum-of-squares-fit, worst-fit, and almost-last-fit bin packing heuristics. Items can be packed in order of both decreasing and increasing size (and, of course, in unmodified order).
The module supports both the standard (textbook) minimization problem (How many bins do I need?) and the more practical fitting problem (I've got n bins; which items can I take?).
The API is simple and the module is documented with Haddock (complete with examples). The implementation of the above-mentioned heuristics is complete and partially tested with QuickCheck. However, note that speed has not been a primary concern to date.
Patches and feedback are very welcome.
datapacker is a tool to group files by size. It is designed to group files such that they fill fixed-size containers (called "bins") using the minimum number of containers. This is useful, for instance, if you want to archive a number of files to CD or DVD, and want to organize them such that you use the minimum possible number of CDs or DVDs.
In many cases, datapacker executes almost instantaneously. Of particular note, the hardlink action can be used to effectively copy data into bins without having to actually copy the data at all.
datapacker is a tool in the traditional Unix style; it can be used in pipes and call other tools.
The version of this HTTP package as a string, e.g. "4000.1.2". This may be useful to include in a user agent string so that you can determine from server logs what version of this package HTTP clients are using. This can be useful for tracking down HTTP compatibility quirks.
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