The HTTP package

[Tags:bsd3, library]

A library for client-side HTTP, version 4. 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 git://code.galois.com/HTTPbis.git

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Versions 3000.0.0, 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, 4000.2.21, 4000.2.22, 4000.2.23, 4000.3.0, 4000.3.1, 4000.3.2, 4000.3.3
Dependencies array, base (<4.4), bytestring, mtl, network (<2.4), old-time, parsec [details]
License BSD3
Copyright Copyright (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 Copyright 2008-2009 Sigbjorn Finne
Author Warrick Gray <warrick.gray@hotmail.com>
Maintainer Sigbjorn Finne <sigbjorn.finne@gmail.com>
Stability Unknown
Category Network
Home page http://projects.haskell.org/http/
Uploaded Wed Jan 21 06:32:50 UTC 2009 by SigbjornFinne
Updated Tue Dec 30 18:45:29 UTC 2014 by HerbertValerioRiedel to revision 1
Distributions Arch:4000.3.3, Debian:4000.2.23, Fedora:4000.3.3, FreeBSD:4000.2.20, LTSHaskell:4000.3.3, NixOS:4000.3.3, Stackage:4000.3.3, Tumbleweed:4000.3.3
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