[Haskell-cafe] ANN: TxtSushi 0.1
keithshep at gmail.com
Sun May 17 12:08:32 EDT 2009
Thanks for the encouraging reply! By the way, I was part way through
writing my own code for external sorting which I don't actually use
yet except from some test executable (joincol.hs). I'm very glad to
see that there is already a library that does this though, so in my
next version I will dump the custom code and use the external sort
package. Also I will look into making the switch to ByteStrings.
On Sun, May 17, 2009 at 11:53 AM, Eugene Kirpichov <ekirpichov at gmail.com> wrote:
> By the way: As I see from the sources, your code uses external sort?
> But using String's much defeats the purpose of it, anyway, because
> their performance is so bad that if you feed your program a file that
> is larger than can be sorted in memory, sorting it externally using
> String's will anyway take much more time then you are likely to be
> comfortable waiting. You should consider switching to ByteString's,
> and beware memory leaks.
> 2009/5/17 Keith Sheppard <keithshep at gmail.com>:
>> Hello Haskell Cafe
>> I have released the first version of TxtSushi which is a collection of
>> command line utils (written in haskell of course) for processing
>> tab-delimited and CSV files. It includes a util for doing SQL SELECTs
>> on flat files. This is my first haskell project and feedback of all
>> kinds is appreciated.
>> Home Page: http://www.keithsheppard.name/txt-sushi
>> Darcs Repository: http://patch-tag.com/r/txt-sushi/home
>> Issue Tracking: http://code.google.com/p/txt-sushi
>> I would like to say thanks to the haskell-beginners contributors, the
>> author of "Learn you a Haskell" and the author of the parsec library
>> all of which were very helpful.
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> Eugene Kirpichov
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