Deprecated

In favour of

mps

simply oo http://github.com/nfjinjing/mps/

Latest on Hackage:2010.11.28

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BSD3 licensed by Jinjing Wang
Maintained by Jinjing Wang

Message Passing Style Haskell Toolkit

Example

OO (duck) Syntax

euler_1 = ( [3,6..999] ++ [5,10..999] ).unique.sum

Cheatsheet by Henry Laxen

mirrored lhs source in repo.

Changes

2010.9.28

  • prep for GHC 7

2010.2.25

  • no zip / base64 deps

2010.1.26

  • add back here function

2010.1.24.1

  • compatible with GHC 6.12

2009.11.7

Feature

  • (<) as (.)

2009.9.18

Feature

  • include MPS.Env for ghci

2009.8.18.1

Fix

  • make - behave as $

2009.8.18

Feature

  • make - infixl, differ from $
  • more unix style io wrapper
  • update example

2009.8.16

Feature

  • redefine -

2009.7.15

Fix

  • ljust / rjust bug

2009.7.2

Feature

  • Change licence to BSD3

2009.6.25

Feature

  • new mps light with minimal dependency
  • cross platform
  • wall-all clean

2009.5.13

Fix

  • Minimal dependency

2009.4.50

Feature

  • xml helper, io helper

fix

  • unescape unicode parser use (try)

2009.4.21

Fix

  • starts_with returns true for the same string

2009.4.20

Feature

  • require interpolatedstring-qq
  • Add here as alias of istr ( Ruby like string using QQ ).

2008.11.15

Fix

  • Replace from_utf8 to_utf8 to b2u u2b
  • Comment on dynamic programming usage

2008.11.6

Feature

  • UTF8 wrapper
  • Almost -Wall clean

2008.10.25

  • More string helpers
  • introducing ^

2008.10.15

  • Fix (use sub, as regexpr works per line)

2008.10.14

  • Fix strip bug

2008.9.20

  • Relax GHC package dependencies

2008.9.19

  • Change version system
  • Add unescapeunicodexml helper

Fix:

  • relax directory version

0.0.0.1.1

relax pandoc version

0.0.0.1

compatible with newest Pandoc added more helpers

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