BSD-3-Clause licensed by Andrew Martin
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Parse bytes as fast as possible. This is a nonresumable parser that aggresively uses UnboxedSums to avoid performing any allocations.


Revision history for bytesmith – 2020-03-04

  • Add char12
  • Add skipTrailedBy2, skipTrailedBy3, and variants with an unboxed result.
  • Add cstring
  • Add peekRemaining
  • Add measure_ and measure_#, variants of measure that only give the byte count.
  • Add Data.Bytes.Parser.Rebindable, the ultimate hack.
  • Add Data.Bytes.Latin.takeTrailedBy – 2020-02-10

  • Add big-endian and little-endian word256 and word256Array parsers.
  • Add hexFixedWord64. – 2020-02-03

  • Add hexFixedWord32. – 2020-01-22

  • Add hexWord8, hexWord16, and hexFixedWord8. – 2019-12-27

  • Add parseBytesEither and parseBytesMaybe.
  • Add common idioms from other parser libaries. This includes: satisfy, satisfyWith, scan, peek, and peek'. – 2019-11-12

  • Add big-endian and little-endian parsers for Word128.
  • Add a module for little-endian word parsers. This compliments the existing big-endian module.
  • Add functions for parsing arrays of big/little endian words of various sizes.
  • Add skipUntil to Latin.
  • Add char5, char6, char7, char8, char9, char10, and char11 to Latin.
  • Correct the implementation of takeTrailedBy. – 2019-09-30

  • Include the offset into the byte sequence in Result. Breaking change.
  • Rename hexWord16 to hexFixedWord16. Breaking change.
  • Rename parseBytesST to parseBytesEffectfully. Breaking change.
  • Add hexNibbleLower and tryHexNibbleLower.
  • Add hexNibble and tryHexNibble. – 2019-09-24

  • Correct an overflow-detection mistake in the implementation of machine-word parsers. – 2019-09-24

  • Add big-endian word parsers.
  • Redo module structure so that encoding-specific functions each live in their own module.
  • Add a lot more functions and attempt to make naming somewhat consistent.
  • Add delimit.
  • Add replicate.
  • Add annotate and its infix synonym <?>. – 2019-08-22

  • First version.