The minimal-configuration package
The module exported provides the ability to manage a configuration file in the users home directory (or the Windows equivalent). Where the configuration takes the form of key=value, without sections, that for example an '.ini' would have.
The library simplifies serilization/deserialization of the configuration into a structure similar in behavior to a Map, as well as an interactive way to fill in values for simple cases.
Consider the following example, where a user would run the application for the first time, it would ask him for his name; however on a followup run it would just print a greeting with his name.
import System.Config.File main = withConfiguration ".apprc" $ \conf -> do let name = getV conf "name" case name of Just n -> putStrLn $ "hello " ++ n Nothing -> do conf' <- fillInteractively conf [("name", acceptNonBlank)] saveConfiguration conf'
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|Dependencies||base (>=4.5 && <=4.8), containers (<=0.5.6), directory (<=220.127.116.11), filepath (<=18.104.22.168), tconfig (==0.5.2) [details]|
|Source repository||head: git clone https://github.com/mhitza/minimal-configuration|
|Uploaded||Sun Mar 30 14:34:05 UTC 2014 by MariusGhita|
|Updated||Sat Jan 31 22:14:45 UTC 2015 by MariusGhita to revision 1|
|Downloads||380 total (21 in last 30 days)|
|Status||Docs available [build log]|
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