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From: Mike Meyer <mwm <at> mired.org>
Subject: Eddie - a tool for shell scripting with haskell
Newsgroups: gmane.comp.lang.haskell.general
Date: Sunday 31st July 2011 05:01:10 UTC (over 5 years ago)
Eddie 0.2 is now available. The easy install is via cabal, but source
is available from the project page on googlecode
(http://eddie.googlecode.com).

Eddie is a tool that runs Haskell functions of type String -> String as
shell filters.

Eddie was developed as an experiment in using functional languages for
shell scripting. The reasons and results of that are discussed in my
blog entry at
http://blog.mired.org/2011/07/eddie-shell-scripting-with-haskell.html.

Version 0.2 cleaned up error handling and added a flag to allow
proper processing of binary files on Windows.

Version 0.1 was released without a formal announcement.

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