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What happened to Safe Money (and its author)?
2 projects | /r/haskell | 30 Dec 2022
The repo and explanatory blog post for the safe-money library are currently returning a 404, and it seems like the author has made a number of other repos private (or removed them). Does anybody know what's up? I was under the impression that safe-money was a relatively popular library so I'm a bit surprised to see it sort of disappear like this.
What are some alternatives?
dollaridoos - A typesafe wrapper around monetary values represented as numeric values, allowing only sensible operations.
bgmax - Parse BgMax-files
buchhaltung - Smart tools for the ledger universe
ochintin-daicho - A module to manage payroll books for Japanese companies.
netrium - Precise description and operational execution of exotic contracts.
hquantlib - HQuantLib, financial math in Haskell
hledger-interest - compute interest for hledger accounts
quantfin - quant finance in pure haskell
pgstream - Binary streaming library for Postgres data pipelines