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Library of utility functions for Haskell, GHC6 package

MissingH is a library of all sorts of utility functions for Haskell programmers. It is written in pure Haskell and thus should be extremely portable and easy to use. It also has no prerequisites save those that are commonly included with Haskell compilers.

MissingH is based on MissingLib library for OCaml and contains some of the same features. However, some features are left behind because they are already in Haskell or not needed here -- and others are added due to things Haskell is missing, or things that Haskell makes possible.

Package version:


What is MissingH?

It's a collection of Haskell-related utilities.  It is an extension of my
earlier work developing MissingLib for OCaml.  You can download
MissingH from  There is a mirror, with
a few days' lag, at

Major Features



missingh ( unstable; urgency=low

  [ Iain Lane ]
  * debian/control
     + Add -prof package.
     + Update build-deps to current practice
     + Standards-Version → 3.9.0, replaces Conflicts with Breaks in doc
       package rename
     + Use correct Haskell substvars and include -doc build-deps
  * debian/source/format: Create with 1.0. Thanks, Lintian. 

  [ Giovanni Mascellani ]


Document MissingH/Quantity and see if it has tests yet

Test forceEitherMsg

Cmd: pOpenBoth -- read and write, use forkIO for one of them

tests for new Parsec stuff

  test all sorts of exceptions
  test .. et al

FTP server:
  Proper error checking lots of places, esp. runDataChan

  Test CSV generation

Add Quantity and ProgressTracker to README



MissingH: Haskell libraries
Copyright (C) 2004-2009 John Goerzen <>

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