Conversion between emoji characters and their names.


Version on this page:0.1
LTS Haskell 22.23:0.1.3
Stackage Nightly 2024-05-30:0.1.3
Latest on Hackage:0.1.3

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BSD-3-Clause licensed by John MacFarlane
Maintained by [email protected]
This version can be pinned in stack with:emojis-0.1@sha256:3cd86b552ad71c118a7822128c97054b6cf22bc4ff5b8f7e3eb0b356202aeecd,1907

Module documentation for 0.1

Depends on 3 packages(full list with versions):
Used by 1 package in lts-16.11(full list with versions):


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This package provides functions for looking up an emoji by its name (alias), and for returning the aliases of an emoji.

A full list of (alias, emoji) pairs is also exported.

Emoji data (emoji.json) is taken from the gemoji gem, used by GitHub. To regenerate the emoji.json datafile from the latest gemoji source, do make emoji.json. If emoji.json has changed, do make to regenerate the emojis.inc file and rebuild the project.

This package has the following advantages over the emoji package on Hackage:

  • It supports a fuller range of emojis, including all those supported by GitHub
  • It supports lookup of emoji aliases from emoji
  • It uses Text rather than String
  • It has a lighter dependency footprint: in particular, it does not require aeson
  • It does not require TemplateHaskell




  • Initial release