Quasiquoters for idiom brackets and an applicative do-notation

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BSD3 licensed and maintained by Matt Morrow

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applicative-quoters provides two quasiquoters to be used with
applicative functors: a do-notation-alike, ado, and an attempt to
emulate Conor McBride's idiom brackets.

They are originally taken from Matt Morrow's haskell-src-meta package,
before he disappeared forever and I took up maintainership of it.

However, I no longer maintain it, since it is unused even by me. If
you're interested in keeping it updated, feel free to take over.

- Doc fixes
- Since support for GHC < 7.4 was dropped, don't need notcpp or related code
- Make dependency bounds more optimistic
- Make it a little more obvious that the package is unmaintained
- Use the notcpp package to aid with name lookup
- Compatibility with GHC 7.6.1 and TH 2.8
- Drop compatibility with GHC < 7.4 to fix a bug with infix handling
- Doc improvements
- Remove maintainer
- Mostly a rerelease of to fix some metadata
- GHC 7.4 compatibility
- Dependency update
- Support infix applications in idiom brackets
- GHC 7.2 compatibility
- Stop ado' needlessly checking failing patterns
- Make a better effort to resolve constructor names

- Quasiquoters extracted from haskell-src-meta
- Module names changed to Control.Applicative.QQ.{ADo,Idiom}
- Stop stripping qualification from names
- Fixes for failing pattern detection in ado
- Drop dependency on syb and containers
- quotePat fields removed
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