Subject: ANNOUNCE: PCLT-0.1 and PCLT-DB-0.1
Date: Saturday 12th December 2009 04:01:09 UTC (over 8 years ago)
Hello, cafe! It's an honor for me to announce my first two packages, I developed in Haskell: ** http://hackage.haskell.org/package/PCLT ** http://hackage.haskell.org/package/PCLT-DB "PCLT" is an abbreviation for "Parametric Composable Localizable Templates" - in fact it should also hold Detalizable. Term "Detailizable content (message)" in this package has a following meaning: some content, representing which it is possible to regulate, in how much details it is represented. "Localizable" means "localizable in languages", which is "a message is available in multiple languages". "Composable" - it is possible to compose multiple templates into one. Conceptually, this package is a powerful extension to the well known Show class. Whenever you feel, that common Show is not enough for your needs, please consider using my PCLT. The extension is thought to be embedded in any Haskell program, which requires multilingual support, and/or where messages should be detailizable. PCLT-DB is an addon to PCLT, which enhances catalog with PostgreSQL powers. ER diagram: http://i1.fastpic.ru/big/2009/1212/f0/5b9845716e5a6984e9bc9d62a61928f0.png Both packages are well documented, has "Hello World" examples, and are selfexamples - the PCLT errors representations are available in two languages: English and Russian. Used license: LGPL. Regards, Andrey Sisoyev -- View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/ANNOUNCE%3A-PCLT-0.1-and-PCLT-DB-0.1-tp26754004p26754004.html Sent from the Haskell - Haskell-Cafe mailing list archive at Nabble.com.