text-manipulate

Case conversion, word boundary manipulation, and textual subjugation.

https://github.com/brendanhay/text-manipulate

LTS Haskell 20.2:0.3.1.0
Stackage Nightly 2022-11-28:0.3.1.0
Latest on Hackage:0.3.1.0

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MPL-2.0 licensed by Brendan Hay
Maintained by Brendan Hay
This version can be pinned in stack with:text-manipulate-0.3.1.0@sha256:aa2b074d0bba21a15e2d4b5b3ff439dea75f3b114b25436b75e615e7cebe9d66,1984

Module documentation for 0.3.1.0

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Used by 2 packages in nightly-2022-09-29(full list with versions):

Text Manipulate

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Manipulate identifiers and structurally non-complex pieces of text by delimiting word boundaries via a combination of whitespace, control-characters, and case-sensitivity.

Has support for common idioms like casing of programmatic variable names, taking, dropping, and splitting text by word, and modifying the first character of a piece of text.