[Haskell] ANN: MissingH 0.18.0

John Goerzen jgoerzen at complete.org
Fri Dec 8 05:23:52 EST 2006

I'm pleased to announce release 0.18.0 of MissingH.

This release implements the first part of the MissingH transition
discussed on haskell-cafe.  Detail on the planned changes can be found
at http://software.complete.org/missingh/wiki/TransitionPlanning.
Note that not all of those changes have been carried out with this

The major changes are:

 * Most code from other sources that had been merged into MissingH has 
   been split off

 * Stable, mostly standalone components of MissingH have been split
   off: hslogger, ftphs, ConfigFile, AnyDBM.

 * All modules renamed to more closely follow current Haskell naming

MissingH is a large collection of assorted utility libraries for
Haskell. Its primary audience is Haskell programmers that want to get
practical things done fast.

It also serves as a staging area of sorts for useful, general-purpose
Haskell code. This could be code that may eventually wind up in base
Haskell libraries, or it could grow into a library in its own and be
forked off. Or it could remain in MissingH indefinately.

You can find the MissingH homepage, which features a wiki, downloads, API
reference, darcs repository viewer, and bug tracker, at:


John Goerzen
Author, Foundations of Python Network Programming

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