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-r3 2015-05-18T17:14:02Z arbelos 58394f52df9a7e4427962fe1e59eb21cb751b3af58f997453f2b2f34cb9271dc
  • Changed homepage

    http://hashids.org/

-r2 2015-05-18T16:48:01Z arbelos 11a0992377104720c238fe4e081b9dc62d49c15550be0aec75814341d9092fe6
  • Changed author from

    Johannes Hilden
    to
    Johannes Hildén

-r1 2015-05-18T16:22:35Z arbelos 2b46bdca9a52f3ab7351bbff1d29470ba160beb92e030595b4936e8bd510f990
  • Changed synopsis

    Hashids generates short, unique, non-sequential ids from numbers.

  • Changed description from

    This is a Haskell port of the Hashids library. Hashids generates short, unique, non-sequential ids from numbers. 
    to
    This is a Haskell port of the Hashids library. It is typically used to encode numbers to a format suitable for appearance in places like urls. It converts numbers like 347 into strings like yr8, or a list of numbers like [27, 986] into 3kTMd. You can also decode those ids back. This is useful in bundling several parameters into one. 

-r0 2015-05-18T06:09:34Z arbelos 0a8972ef047d37b3bc74e0b1084a1c5b6b62fb2cbcafa4594c96b0bb5347a067