hsemail

Parsec parsers for the RFC2822 Internet Message format https://github.com/peti/hsemail#readme

Version on this page:2.1.0
LTS Haskell 14.6:2.2.0
Stackage Nightly 2019-09-19:2.2.0
Latest on Hackage:2.2.0

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BSD-3-Clause licensed by Peter Simons, Ali Abrar, Gero Kriependorf, Marty Pauley
Maintained by Peter Simons

Module documentation for 2.1.0

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hsemail

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Changes

Change Log for hsemail

v2.1.0

  • Re-write code to use the modern time library rather than old-time.
  • rfc2821: drop the entire smtp FSM stuff
  • hsemail.cabal: drop unnecessary build-depends
  • Drop support for GHC versions prior to 7.10.x.

v2

  • Import Data.Monoid to fix build with GHC 7.8.x.
  • Ensure that body consumes remaining input.
  • Refrain from parsing body.

v1.7.7

  • rfc2822: allow 8 bit characters is message bodys

v1.7.6

  • move the project to github

v1.7.5

  • rfc2822: support obsolete local_part syntax
  • rfc2822: support obsolete domain syntax
  • rfc2822: fixed typo in the parser for domain literals
  • rfc2822: support obsolete quoted-pair syntax
  • Greatly extend the test suite.

v1.7.4

  • rfc2822: fix return_path parser
  • rfc2822: improve documentation (especially subject, comments)

v1.7.3

  • rfc2822: fix infinite recursion between day and obs_day

v1.7.2

  • word parser failed for quoted string prefixed by ws

v1.7.1

  • Updated Gero’s e-mail address.

v1.7

  • Fixed plenty of GHC and HLint warnings.

v1.6

  • rfc2822: derive Show for new GenericMessage type

v1.5

  • Message is now usable with ByteString or other types as body.

1.4

  • Initial version.
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Used by 2 packages in nightly-2019-06-12(full list with versions):
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