[Haskell-cafe] regex and Regular Expressions Libraries
chris at chrisdornan.com
Fri Mar 10 10:24:16 UTC 2017
By the sounds of it regex should help with this – each match operator being
available in an un-overloaded format. Does this API work for you?
On 2017-03-10, 05:12, "Evan Laforge" <qdunkan at gmail.com> wrote:
That's always been my canonical example about how you can overuse
typeclasses to make a simple job into an impenetrable documentation
hunt. Long ago I wrapped it in a simple API and have always used
that. Much later, pcre-heavy showed up and I just switched my wrapper
to use that, since it was still a little too typeclass happy for my
On Thu, Mar 9, 2017 at 11:06 AM, Chris Dornan <chris at chrisdornan.com> wrote:
> Dear Haskell Cafe,
> With the regex announcement, I wanted to try get other folks' perspective
> on what has been happening with the Haskell regular expression libraries.
> I have been in turn impressed at how good the engineering of the Regex
> packages while gobsmacked by how difficult the traditional Text.Regex API
> is to use.
> In this blog post,
> I rather cheekily speculate that the Haskellers perhaps have been a bit
> disdainful of regular expressions (not important in a language capable
> of doing proper parsing, etc.).
> What do you think?
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