[Haskell-cafe] Re: ANN: TxtSushi 0.1
keithshep at gmail.com
Thu May 21 23:54:37 EDT 2009
I just released TxtSushi 0.2 with the following updates:
1) Improved type coercion. Some of the rules I was using before did
not make sense. At some point I will document what the rules are.
2) Added some extra functions/operators including a regex matcher.
Here is the full list: SUBSTRING, UPPER, LOWER, TRIM, *, /, +, -
(binary and unary), =, <> (not equal test), <, <=, >, >=, AND, OR, ||
(string concatination), =~ (regex matching)
I expect updates to be pretty frequent (at least pre-1.0) so in order
to avoid spamming you all with my announcements I'll just announce
major updates from now on and if you want to follow progress more
closely I'll post all updates to this feed.
On Sun, May 17, 2009 at 11:07 AM, Keith Sheppard <keithshep at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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