Avoiding the C preprocessor via cunning use of Template Haskell

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BSD3 licensed and maintained by Ben Millwood
This package is as much about getting people to think about ways to
avoid using the C preprocessor, which isn't really suited to Haskell and
never has been, as it is about genuinely providing a set of functions
that people will use in production code.

That is to say, it isn't very good.

Areas of future development:
- catering for missing constructors we can't match against and the like
- quasiquoters to make using the thing less painful

Changes ->
* Compatibility with GHCs 7.8 and 7.10 ->
* Several metadata fixes

0.2 ->
* Compatibility with GHC 7.6.1 and TH 2.8
* New Cabal test-suite of sorts -> 0.2:
* Stop exporting bestValueGuess from NotCPP.LookupValueName, I couldn't
think of a use case for it.
* Various documentation fixes/additions.

0.1 ->
* Fix for cabal file

0.0.1 -> 0.1:
* Extended API: scopeLookups, scopeLookup'
* NotCPP.LookupValueName exports lookupValueName, either from TH or a
"best guess"
* Compatibility with GHC 7.0.4 and 7.2.2

* Initial release
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