./wip/hs-text-icu, Bindings to the ICU library

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.6.3.4, Package name: hs-text-icu-0.6.3.4, Maintainer: pho

Haskell bindings to the International Components for Unicode (ICU)
libraries. These libraries provide robust and full-featured Unicode
services on a wide variety of platforms.

Features include:
* Both pure and impure bindings, to allow for fine control over
efficiency and ease of use.
* Breaking of strings on character, word, sentence, and line
boundaries.
* Access to the Unicode Character Database (UCD) of character
metadata.
* String collation functions, for locales where the conventions
for lexicographic ordering differ from the simple numeric
ordering of character codes.
* Character set conversion functions, allowing conversion between
Unicode and over 220 character encodings.
* Unicode normalization. (When implementations keep strings in a
normalized form, they can be assured that equivalent strings
have a unique binary representation.)
* Regular expression search and replace.


Required to run:
[textproc/icu] [wip/ghc] [devel/hs-text]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 7ac61b4bf52a9fdfaa5bd59f7440dc874509613c
RMD160: 84d8e60ee4f3b1c87ff780ba2b3f132e16ddb7cd
Filesize: 42.325 KB

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   2014-08-29 16:10:14 by Ryosuke Moro | Files touched by this commit (101)
Log message:
make it clear what package depend on

discussed with wiz@.
   2014-05-18 23:33:25 by Ryosuke Moro | Files touched by this commit (119)
Log message:
Remove hs-data-default-class, hs-dlist, hs-text, hs-utf8-string,
imported to pkgsrc/devel.
   2011-08-16 11:41:57 by PHO / phonohawk | Files touched by this commit (5) | Imported package
Log message:
Import hs-text-icu-0.6.3.4 as wip/hs-text-icu.

Haskell bindings to the International Components for Unicode (ICU)
libraries. These libraries provide robust and full-featured Unicode
services on a wide variety of platforms.

Features include:
    * Both pure and impure bindings, to allow for fine control over
      efficiency and ease of use.
    * Breaking of strings on character, word, sentence, and line
      boundaries.
    * Access to the Unicode Character Database (UCD) of character
      metadata.
    * String collation functions, for locales where the conventions
      for lexicographic ordering differ from the simple numeric
      ordering of character codes.
    * Character set conversion functions, allowing conversion between
      Unicode and over 220 character encodings.
    * Unicode normalization. (When implementations keep strings in a
      normalized form, they can be assured that equivalent strings
      have a unique binary representation.)
    * Regular expression search and replace.