The bytestring-lexing package

[Tags: bsd2, library]

Parse and produce literals efficiently from strict or lazy bytestrings.

Some benchmarks for this package can be found at:

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Versions0.1,,, 0.1.2, 0.2, 0.2.1, 0.3.0, 0.4.0, 0.4.2, 0.4.3,,,, 0.5.0,,
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Dependenciesarray, base (<2.2 || >=3 && <5), bytestring [details]
CopyrightCopyright (c) 2012--2013 wren ng thornton, 2008--2011 Don Stewart
Authorwren ng thornton, Don Stewart
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UploadedFri Mar 22 03:48:48 UTC 2013 by WrenThornton
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base4base-4.0 emits "Prelude deprecated" messages in order to get people to be explicit about which version of base they use.EnabledAutomatic
splitbasebase-3.0 (GHC 6.8) broke out the packages: array, bytestring, containers, directory, old-locale, old-time, packedstring, pretty, process, random.EnabledAutomatic
bytestringinbaseThe bytestring library was included in base-2.0 and base-2.1.1, but for base-1.0 and base-3.0 it was a separate package.DisabledAutomatic

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Readme for bytestring-lexing-0.4.3


This is a relatively simple package and should be easy to install.
It requires Alex for generating the Double lexers. Once that is
installed, you should be able to use one of the following standard
methods to install it.

    -- With cabal-install and without the source:
    $> cabal install bytestring-lexing
    -- With cabal-install and with the source already:
    $> cd bytestring-lexing
    $> cabal install
    -- Without cabal-install, but with the source already:
    $> cd bytestring-lexing
    $> runhaskell Setup.hs configure --user
    $> runhaskell Setup.hs build
    $> runhaskell Setup.hs test
    $> runhaskell Setup.hs haddock --hyperlink-source
    $> runhaskell Setup.hs copy
    $> runhaskell Setup.hs register

The test step is optional and currently does nothing. The Haddock
step is also optional.


An attempt has been made to keep this library portable. However,
it relies on some language extensions which have been accepted into
the Haskell standard following the Haskell98 report. All the required
language extensions are:


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