pipes-text

properly streaming text https://github.com/michaelt/text-pipes

Version on this page:0.0.1.0
LTS Haskell 8.15:0.0.2.5
Stackage Nightly 2017-05-28:0.0.2.5
Latest on Hackage:0.0.2.5
BSD3 licensed by Michael Thompson
Maintained by what_is_it_to_do_anything@yahoo.com

Module documentation for 0.0.1.0

pipes-text

This package follows the rule:

pipes-text : pipes-bytestring :: text : bytestring

The division of three modules, Pipes.Text , Pipes.Text.Encoding and Pipes.Text.IO has more or less the significance it has in the text library.

Note that the module Pipes.Text.IO uses version 0.11.3 or later of the text library. (It thus works with the version of text that came with the 2013 Haskell Platform. To use an older text, install with the flag -fnoio

Changes

# Version 0.0.0.12

* Opposing lenses for `lines` and `unlines` and `words` and `unwords`.
Brought closer in line with `pipes-bytestring` again. Removed `count`, which
was wrong. Scrapped `Iso` and the `profunctors` dependency.

# Version 0.0.0.11

* Updated to use streaming-commons in place of text-stream-decoding.

# Version 0.0.0.10

* Documentation changes.


# Version 0.0.0.9

* Documentation changes.

# Version 0.0.0.7

* Used the new text-stream-decoding package
* Separated IO and Encoding modules adding flag -fnoio

# Version 0.0.0.5

* Rearranged internal modules


# Version 0.0.0.4

* Altered bad haddock markup


# Version 0.0.0.3

* Actually added changelog


# Version 0.0.0.2

* Omit `stdinLn` as likely to be dangerous through misunderstanding.


# Version 0.0.0.1

* Rearrange order of 'Internal' materials.


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