The HTTP package

[Tags: bsd3, library]

A library for client-side HTTP, version 2. Rewrite of existing HTTP package to allow overloaded representation of HTTP request bodies and responses. Provides three such instances: lazy and strict ByteString, along with the good old String.

Inspired in part by Jonas Aadahl et al's work on ByteString'ifying HTTP a couple of years ago.

Git repository available at http://code.galois.com/HTTPbis.git

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Versions3000.0.0, 3001.0.0, 3001.0.1, 3001.0.2, 3001.0.3, 3001.0.4, 3001.1.3, 3001.1.4, 3001.1.5, 4000.0.0, 4000.0.1, 4000.0.2, 4000.0.3, 4000.0.4, 4000.0.5, 4000.0.6, 4000.0.7, 4000.0.8, 4000.0.9, 4000.0.10, 4000.1.0, 4000.1.1, 4000.1.2, 4000.2.0, 4000.2.1, 4000.2.2, 4000.2.3, 4000.2.4, 4000.2.5, 4000.2.6, 4000.2.7, 4000.2.8, 4000.2.9, 4000.2.10, 4000.2.11, 4000.2.12, 4000.2.13, 4000.2.14, 4000.2.15, 4000.2.16, 4000.2.16.1, 4000.2.17, 4000.2.18, 4000.2.19, 4000.2.20
Change logNone available
Dependenciesarray, base (<4.4), bytestring, network (<2.4), parsec [details]
LicenseBSD3
CopyrightCopyright (c) 2002, Warrick Gray Copyright (c) 2002-2005, Ian Lynagh Copyright (c) 2003-2006, Bjorn Bringert Copyright (c) 2004, Andre Furtado Copyright (c) 2004, Ganesh Sittampalam Copyright (c) 2004-2005, Dominic Steinitz Copyright 2007 Robin Bate Boerop
AuthorWarrick Gray <warrick.gray@hotmail.com>
MaintainerSigbjorn Finne <sigbjorn.finne@gmail.com>
Home pagehttp://www.haskell.org/http/
UploadedFri Dec 26 01:31:14 UTC 2008 by SigbjornFinne
UpdatedTue Dec 30 18:43:11 UTC 2014 by HerbertValerioRiedel to revision 1
DistributionsDebian:4000.2.20, Fedora:4000.2.10, FreeBSD:4000.2.20, LTSHaskell:4000.2.20, NixOS:4000.2.20, Stackage:4000.2.20
Downloads128907 total (1846 in last 30 days)
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