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git-gpush9.6 0.0 git-config VS git-gpushMore intelligent push-to-GitHub utility.
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git-vogue8.7 0.0 git-config VS git-vogueMake your Haskell git repositories fashionable.
git-all6.9 0.0 git-config VS git-allUtility for finding all Git repositories that need attention
git-fmt5.4 0.0 git-config VS git-fmtWIP: A custom git command for formatting code
git-date4.5 0.0 L3 git-config VS git-dateBindings onto the date parsing code from Git
git-object4.5 0.0 git-config VS git-objectGit object and its parser
git-jump3.2 0.0 git-config VS git-jumpA git-jump command that can safely replace reset --hard to jump to a new git hash
restless-git1.6 0.0 git-config VS restless-gitHaskell library for easy Git serialization
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A simple parser for Git configuration files.
This project is built using Stack, make sure you have it installed before proceeding.
You can fire up an interactive session like so:
The library can be built or tested like so:
# Building stack build # Running tests stack test
A Git configuration is a colletion of sections that contain mappings of keys to values.
For the sake of simplicity this is represented as
[Section] where a
Section is a collection of section names and a mapping of keys to values.
We can use the parser like so:
import qualified Data.Text.IO as TIO import Text.GitConfig.Parser (parseConfig) main :: IO () main = do file <- TIO.readFile ".git/config" case parseConfig file of Right conf -> print conf Left error -> print error
If you'd like to do your own parsing you can import the individual combinators