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What do you think about embedded approaches like regex-applicative, where the host language's tools of composition (in this example, the applicative functor interface) can be used to implement higher-level structure?
What are some alternatives?
pretty-show - Tools for working with derived Show instances in Haskell.
patat - Terminal-based presentations using Pandoc
pandoc-types - types for representing structured documents
email-validate - Email address validation for Haskell
iCalendar - iCalendar data types, parser, and printer.
cmark - Haskell bindings to libcmark commonmark parser
regex-genex - Given a list of regexes, generate all possible strings that matches all of them.
feed - Haskell package for handling various feed (RSS) formats.
blaze-from-html - A blazingly fast HTML combinator library for Haskell.
regex-applicative-text - regex-applicative on text
regex - regex: A Regular Expression Toolkit for regex-base
prettyprinter - A modern, extensible and well-documented prettyprinter.