xmlgen VS arx

Compare xmlgen vs arx and see what are their differences.


XML generator library for Haskell (by skogsbaer)


Bundles code and a job to run for local or remote execution. (by solidsnack)
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Posts with mentions or reviews of xmlgen. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.

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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


Posts with mentions or reviews of arx. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2024-01-13.
  • Show HN: Usr/bin/env Docker run
    4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 13 Jan 2024
    For those wanting to go down the self-extracting executable route, I recommend arx (it generates that sort of tarball-prepended-with-shell-script you describe) https://github.com/solidsnack/arx

    The `nix bundle` command can generate an arx file, which includes all of an application's dependencies. As an example, we started getting issues with an EC2 server whose image was an accumulation of changes over several years; whilst we worked on migrating to a saner setup (containers defined using Nix), as a stop-gap we got the server working again by using `nix bundle` to create an arx executable containing working versions of all the application's dependencies, which we could copy to the existing server as a drop-in replacement of the existing (broken) command.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing xmlgen and arx you can also consider the following projects:

pandoc-types - types for representing structured documents

pretty-show - Tools for working with derived Show instances in Haskell.

xmlhtml - XML parser and renderer with HTML 5 quirks mode

cheapskate - Experimental markdown processor in Haskell

blaze-from-html - A blazingly fast HTML combinator library for Haskell.

hyphenation - Knuth-Liang Hyphenation for Haskell based on TeX hyphenation files

regex - regex: A Regular Expression Toolkit for regex-base

scholdoc - Fork of Pandoc for the implementation of a ScholarlyMarkdown parser

pandoc-include - An include filter for Pandoc

feed - Haskell package for handling various feed (RSS) formats.

cmark - Haskell bindings to libcmark commonmark parser

servant-checked-exceptions - type-level errors for Servant APIs.