Modules under "Bindings" are supposed to be low level
    links to well-known libraries. All of them follow the
    same style for consistency and predictability. Here are
    a few rules that have been followed:

    * All packages use cabal. Checking of dependencies is
    delegated to @pkg-config@ by listing such dependencies
    in cabal file.

    * All names are as close as possible to the names in the
    original library language. To agree with Haskell case
    conventions they may be prefixed with an underscore or
    have their first letter capitalized.

    * Documentation is provided as links to the official
    homepage for a library. Due to the policy of preserving
    names and functionality, such documentation can be used
    as it is.

    These modules are supposed to be used by developers of
    higher level modules, who should have a good understanding
    of the undeline libraries they decide to use. Of course,
    you can use them directly if you know what you are doing.


module Bindings where {}