http-methods with Spago:
spago install http-methods
module PrintingExample where import Data.HTTP.Method (Method(..), print) import Data.Either (Either(..)) -- To print an HTTP method, use the `print` function: -- same as "GET" getMethod :: String getMethod = print (Left GET)
module ParsingExample where import Data.HTTP.Method (Method(..), CustomMethod(..), parse, fromString) import Data.Either (Either(..)) -- To parse an HTTP method, use the `fromString` function: -- same as `Left GET`. getMethod :: Either Method CustomMethod getMethod = fromString "GET" -- Any methods not defined by `Method` will be parsed as a custom method: -- same as `Right (CustomMethod "FOO")` fooMethod :: Either Method CustomMethod fooMethod = fromString "FOO" -- If you want to handle the parsing in a more controlled way, -- use `parse` directly. -- Only accept methods defined in the Method type -- and ignore all other custom methods maybeMethod :: String -> Maybe Method maybeMethod = parse Just (\_ -> Nothing)
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