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Base32

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Padded and unpadded base32 and base32hex encoding and decoding for Text and ByteString values.

For the companion optics and pattern synonyms, see base32-lens.

Summary

The following types are supported for both padded and unpadded std and extended hex alphabets:

  • Data.ByteString
  • Data.ByteString.Lazy
  • Data.ByteString.Short
  • Data.Text
  • Data.Text.Lazy
  • Data.Text.Short

Additionally this library has

  • Better performance than memory for encode and decode 3-4x.
  • Optics for handling more complex structures with Base32 representations via the base32-lens package
  • Checks for both validity and correctness of Base32 and Base32hex encodings

There are no dependencies aside from those bundled with GHC, text-short, and the ghc-byteorder re-export.

Changes

Revision history for base32

0.2.2.0

  • Add support for GHC 9.2.x
  • Drop support for GHC <8.10
  • Drop dependency on ghc-byteorder
  • Bump bounds for deepseq

0.2.1.0

  • Expose Data.ByteString.Base32.Internal API
  • Use closed-form encoding/decoding length calculations, reducing branching and improving performance
  • Update tests:
    • Migrate to using lower heap-footprint concrete dict passing
    • Support for 8.10.5 testing

0.2.0.0

  • Bugfix: fix unpadded base32 encoding (#4)
  • Bugfix: Use decodeLatin1 when decoding, defer to decodeWith* primitives for finer-grained Text to ByteString conversions. (#5)
  • Add short and lazy variants for Text and ByteString (#6)
  • Expanded test coverage to 96% (#7)
  • Improved performance and better error reporting in final quanta (#9)
  • Improved docs + trustworthy/safe annotations (#10)

0.1.1.1 – 2020-02-16

  • Documentation now references correct RFC section

0.1.1 – 2020-02-16

  • Textual interface now uses correct unpadded version

0.1.0.0 – 2020-02-16

  • First version. Released on an unsuspecting world.