The hsemail-ns package

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Nonstandard parsers for the syntax defined in RFC2822, forked from hsemail proper. Should not be used for parsing incoming emails, only emails stored on disk.

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Versions 1.3.1, 1.3.2
Dependencies base (<=4), mtl, old-time, parsec [details]
License BSD3
Author Peter Simons <>, Joe Fredette <>
Category Parsing
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Uploaded Thu Sep 24 19:33:40 UTC 2009 by JoeFredette
Distributions NixOS:1.3.2
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Readme for hsemail-ns

Readme for hsemail-ns-1.3.1

Parsers for the Internet Message Standard

:Latest Release: hsemail-1.3.tar.gz_
:Darcs:          darcs_ get --partial


  This package contains Parsec_ combinators for the syntax of
  Internet messages, such as e-mail, news articles, namely
  RFC2234, RFC2821, and RFC2822.

  The ``example`` directory contains two small programs that can
  be run as follows::

    $ runhaskell message-test.hs <message-test.input
    $ runhaskell smtp-test.hs <smtp-test.input


  `Reference Documentation`_
     Haddock-generated reference of all exported functions.

See Also

     An E-mail parser library for C++ programmers.


  Copyright (c) 2008 Peter Simons <>. All rights
  reserved. This software is released under `BSD-style license


`[Homepage] <>`_

.. _Parsec:

.. _darcs:

.. _hsemail-1.3.tar.gz:

.. _Reference Documentation: docs/index.html

.. _librfc2822: