MissingH is a large collection of assorted utility libraries for Haskell. MissingHs primary audience is Haskell programmers that want to get practical things done fast.
It also serves as a staging area of sorts for useful, general-purpose Haskell code. This could be code that may eventually wind up in base Haskell libraries, or it could grow into a library in its own and be forked off. Or it could remain in MissingH indefinately.
But that doesn't mean that MissingH is of low quality. It is backed by a rigorous unit test suite and comprehensive documentation.
As this site goes live, MissingH is undergoing a major renovation. So please pardon the lack of extensive FAQs, HOWTOs, etc. at the moment; they would surely all be obsolete if they were written right now.
What's New in This Release:
· Support for quantity parsing (parseNum) was added to Data.Quantity.
· The Data.BinPacking module was added to generate good fits of data into bins.