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-r3 Mon Feb 19 19:45:58 UTC 2018 fozworth
  • Changed homepage from

    https://github.com/hvr/cassava
    to
    https://github.com/tfausak/cassava

  • Changed bug-reports from

    https://github.com/hvr/cassava/issues
    to
    https://github.com/tfausak/cassava/issues

  • Changed source-repository from

     
    source-repository head
        type: git
        location: https://github.com/hvr/cassava.git
    to
     
    source-repository head
        type: git
        location: https://github.com/tfausak/cassava.git

-r2 Mon Feb 19 19:35:06 UTC 2018 fozworth
  • Changed maintainer from

    hvr@gnu.org
    to
    Taylor Fausak

-r1 Sat Sep 30 14:43:24 UTC 2017 fozworth
  • Changed description from

    @cassava@ is a library for parsing and encoding [RFC 4180](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4180)
    compliant [comma-separated values (CSV)](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comma-separated_values) data,
    which is a textual line-oriented format commonly used for exchanging tabular data.
    
    @cassava@'s API includes support for
    
    - Index-based record-conversion
    - Name-based record-conversion
    - Typeclass directed conversion of fields and records
    - Built-in field-conversion instances for standard types
    - Customizable record-conversion instance derivation via GHC generics
    - Low-level [bytestring](https://hackage.haskell.org/package/bytestring) builders (see "Data.Csv.Builder")
    - Incremental decoding and encoding API (see "Data.Csv.Incremental")
    - Streaming API for constant-space decoding (see "Data.Csv.Streaming")
    
    Moreover, this library is designed to be easy to use; for instance, here's a
    very simple example of encoding CSV data:
    
    >>> Data.Csv.encode [("John",27),("Jane",28)]
    "John,27\r\nJane,28\r\n"
    
    Please refer to the documentation in "Data.Csv" and the included [README](#readme) for more usage examples.
    to
    This is a fork of @cassava@ that changes the problematic @bytestring--LT-0_10_4@ flag name to @bytestring-LT-0_10_4@. This allows the package to be built by Stack (as of version 1.5.1). See <https://github.com/hvr/cassava/pull/155> for more information.
    
    @cassava@ is a library for parsing and encoding [RFC 4180](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4180)
    compliant [comma-separated values (CSV)](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comma-separated_values) data,
    which is a textual line-oriented format commonly used for exchanging tabular data.
    
    @cassava@'s API includes support for
    
    - Index-based record-conversion
    - Name-based record-conversion
    - Typeclass directed conversion of fields and records
    - Built-in field-conversion instances for standard types
    - Customizable record-conversion instance derivation via GHC generics
    - Low-level [bytestring](https://hackage.haskell.org/package/bytestring) builders (see "Data.Csv.Builder")
    - Incremental decoding and encoding API (see "Data.Csv.Incremental")
    - Streaming API for constant-space decoding (see "Data.Csv.Streaming")
    
    Moreover, this library is designed to be easy to use; for instance, here's a
    very simple example of encoding CSV data:
    
    >>> Data.Csv.encode [("John",27),("Jane",28)]
    "John,27\r\nJane,28\r\n"
    
    Please refer to the documentation in "Data.Csv" and the included [README](#readme) for more usage examples.

-r0 Sat Sep 30 14:29:07 UTC 2017 fozworth