Expressive file and directory manipulation for Haskell.

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BSD3 licensed by Bryan O'Sullivan
Maintained by Thomas Hartman
FileManip: expressive file manipulation

This package provides functions and combinators for searching,
matching, and manipulating files.

It provides four modules.

System.FilePath.Find lets you search a filesystem hierarchy efficiently:

find always (extension ==? ".pl") >>= mapM_ remove

System.FilePath.GlobPattern lets you perform glob-style pattern
matching, without going through a regexp engine:

"foo.c" ~~ "*.c" ==> True

System.FilePath.Glob lets you do simple glob-style file name searches:

namesMatching "*/*.c" ==> ["foo/bar.c"]

System.FilePath.Manip lets you rename files procedurally, edit files
in place, or save old copies as backups:

modifyWithBackup (<.> "bak")
(unlines . map (takeWhile (/= ',')) . lines)

To build and install:

runhaskell Setup configure
runhaskell Setup build
runhaskell Setup install

To understand:

To contribute:

darcs get


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