./archivers/hs-zip-archive, Library for creating and modifying zip archives

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.4.1, Package name: hs-zip-archive-0.4.1, Maintainer: zecrazytux

The zip-archive library provides functions for creating, modifying,
and extracting files from zip archives. The zip archive format is
documented in http://www.pkware.com/documents/casestudies/APPNOTE.TXT.

Certain simplifying assumptions are made about the zip archives: in
particular, there is no support for strong encryption, zip files that
span multiple disks, ZIP64, OS-specific file attributes, or
compression methods other than Deflate. However, the library should be
able to read the most common zip archives, and the archives it
produces should be readable by all standard unzip programs.


Required to run:
[archivers/hs-zlib] [security/hs-digest] [lang/ghc88]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 4da8c2eefe54d0415cabf2f4a229b58639f78997
RMD160: 661115244b28d3ae69e563b7d2868d954dc88081
Filesize: 20.476 KB

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   2020-05-11 19:52:21 by Roland Illig | Files touched by this commit (190) | Package updated
Log message:
hs-*: add PLIST files

These PLIST files have been autogenerated by mk/haskell.mk using
HS_UPDATE_PLIST=yes during a bulk build.  They will help to track changes
to the packages.  The Haskell packages didn't have PLIST files because
their paths contained package hashes.  These hashes are now determined by
mk/haskell.mk, which makes it easy to generate easy to read PLIST files.
   2020-01-17 20:01:49 by Masatake Daimon | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Import zip-archive-0.4.1 from wip

The zip-archive library provides functions for creating, modifying,
and extracting files from zip archives. The zip archive format is
documented in http://www.pkware.com/documents/casestu … PNOTE.TXT.

Certain simplifying assumptions are made about the zip archives: in
particular, there is no support for strong encryption, zip files that
span multiple disks, ZIP64, OS-specific file attributes, or
compression methods other than Deflate. However, the library should be
able to read the most common zip archives, and the archives it
produces should be readable by all standard unzip programs.