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|Repo Created||over 4 years ago|
|Repo Last Updated||over 2 years ago|
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FsVerbalExpressions library provides composable F# functionality for nearly all the capabilites of the .NET
Regex class, supporting uniform pipe forward
|> composability and all
Regex features except timeouts. Optionally you can compose F# verbal expressions in natural language. Lazy evaluation ensures natural language composition imposes no performance penalty.
FsRegEx module contains composable functions representing all available
Regex functionality (except timeouts) with the target input string uniformly the last parameter to better support pipe forward
|> composition and partial application.
For enhanced debugging and API documentation experience, FsVerbalExpressions proudly implements SourceLink
FsVerbalExpressions adheres to Semantic Versioning. So long as the project is pre-1.0.0 minor versions may be breaking. Once the project reaches 1.0.0 minor enhancements will be backwards-compatible.
You can see an up to date list of all ports of Verbal Expressions on VerbalExpressions.
Giving credit where credit is due, the CSharpVerbalExpressions was a great help in providing pre-made unit tests and inspiration for .NET specific functionality.