config-parser: Parse config files using parsec and generate parse errors on unhandled keys

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This is yet another entry in Haskell's enourmous collection of config-file parsing libraries. It lacks many of the bells and whistles of other config-file parsing libraries, such as hierarchical sections and on-the-fly reloading. On the other hand, it has a combination of features I was unable to find in other libraries:

If you don't need all of these features, there are probably better libraries out there for you. If you're free to use its idiosyncratic file format, the config-value library, in particular, is excelent.


Dependenciesbase (>=4.9 && <4.11), parsec (==3.1.*), text (==1.2.*) [details]
AuthorBen Hamlin
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UploadedSun Jan 21 04:18:53 UTC 2018 by BenHamlin




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