Changelog for Glob-0.9.3

0.9.3, 2018-09-22: Updated dependencies to allow containers-0.7 (GHC 8.6). Thanks to chessai for the merge request. Updated tests to compile with GHC 8.6. 0.9.2, 2018-02-26: Updated dependencies to allow transformers-compat-0.6. 0.9.1, 2017-11-04: Made Tests.Utils use Ints instead of Floats to avoid spurious failures that aren't of any concern. Updated test dependencies to allow HUnit-1.6. 0.9.0, 2017-10-01: Thanks to Harry Garrood for many contributions to this release. New functions, data types, and constants: System.FilePath.Glob.isLiteral :: Pattern -> Bool Tells whether a Pattern is a literal file path. Thanks to Simon Hengel and Harry Garrood for the feature request. System.FilePath.Glob.GlobOptions Options for the glob* family of IO functions. System.FilePath.Glob.globDefault :: GlobOptions Use matchDefault and don't return unmatched files. Changed function types: System.FilePath.Glob.globDir :: [Pattern] -> FilePath -> IO [[FilePath]] No longer returns unmatched paths, like globDir1. System.FilePath.Glob.globDirWith :: GlobOptions -> [Pattern] -> FilePath -> IO ([[FilePath]], Maybe [FilePath]) Takes GlobOptions instead of MatchOptions, and returns unmatched paths in a Maybe corresponding to whether they were requested in the options or not. This is a significant performance boost for all glob* functions when unmatched file paths are not desired. Optimization: when unmatched file paths are not requested, glob and globDir1 use commonDirectory to avoid extra getDirectoryContents calls at the start. Optimization: character ranges containing . or / are simplified more than before, especially when they make the entire pattern incapable of matching anything. Optimization: extension separator matching where the extension is surrounded by other literals (e.g. "*.txt" or "foo.*" or simply "foo.txt") should be quicker in general, and the Patterns should be smaller. (This adds to the number of places where the code assumes that the extension separator is the '.' character.) Bug fix: commonDirectory should no longer add extra directory separators to the Pattern. Bug fix: the glob* functions should now place slashes correctly when using recursively matching patterns with extra slashes, such as "**//foo". Bug fix: number ranges are no longer optimized to single characters, so that leading zeroes are handled correctly: e.g. "<0-9>" didn't match "007". Bug fix: "//" did not match itself. Bug fix: ".//" did not match itself. Bug fix: "x" did not match ".//x" (with ignoreDotSlash enabled). Bug fix: "<-><->" matched single digit numbers. Bug fix: "<0-0><1-1>" didn't match "01". 0.8.0, 2017-05-27: Added instance IsString Pattern, thanks to Mitsutoshi Aoe. 0.7.14, 2016-12-29: Update dependencies to allow directory-1.3. 0.7.13, 2016-11-25: Update test dependencies to allow HUnit-1.5. 0.7.12, 2016-10-07: Update test dependencies to allow HUnit-1.4. 0.7.11, 2016-08-08: Got rid of tests/Utils.hs to fix test compilation on case-insensitive filesystems (tests/Utils.hs vs tests/Tests/Utils.hs). 0.7.10, 2016-07-18: Update dependencies to allow dlist-0.8. 0.7.9, 2016-07-02: Add missing Utils module to test suite, so that the tests provided with the sdist tarball actually run. 0.7.8, 2016-07-01: Add dependency on transformers-compat to allow using Control.Monad.Trans.Except also with older library versions. 0.7.7, 2016-06-28: Update test dependencies to allow HUnit-1.3. 0.7.6, 2016-06-28: Update dependencies to allow filepath-1.4. Added Cabal Source-Repository metadata, pointing to GitHub. Integrated tests with Cabal so that they can be run with "cabal test". Got rid of deprecation warnings by using Control.Monad.Trans.Except instead of Control.Monad.Trans.Error. Added Semigroup instance, bringing in a new dependency on semigroups on pre-8.0 GHC versions. 0.7.5, 2014-05-08: Update dependencies to allow transformers-0.4. 0.7.4, 2014-03-18: Update dependencies to allow dlist-0.7. 0.7.3, 2013-12-01: Update dependencies to allow dlist-0.6. 0.7.2, 2012-10-18: Update dependencies to allow directory-1.2. 0.7.1, 2012-07-03: Update dependencies to allow transformers-0.3, and generally tighten them according to the policy. 0.7, 2012-01-03: Changed function types: System.FilePath.Glob.glob :: String -> IO [FilePath] Now takes a String to be compiled instead of an already-compiled Pattern. Added a README and more basic usage documentation. 0.6.1, 2011-09-14: Bug fix: globDir should now ignore the given directory when given an absolute path on Windows. Doc fix: noted that globDir doesn't actually fully ignore the given directory if the Pattern starts with a path separator. 0.6, 2011-09-12: New functions: System.FilePath.Glob.glob :: Pattern -> IO [FilePath] Change: globDir, given a Pattern starting with a path separator, now ignores the given directory. Thus e.g. globDir (compile "/*") d gives the contents of "/" regardless of the value of d. Thanks to Max Bolingbroke for the feature request. Changed dependency on mtl to transformers. 0.5.1, 2010-11-23: Update dependencies to allow for mtl 2.0. 0.5, 2009-12-01: New functions: System.FilePath.Glob.globDir :: Pattern -> FilePath -> IO [FilePath] 0.4, 2009-01-31: New functions: System.FilePath.Glob.commonDirectory :: Pattern -> (FilePath, Pattern) System.FilePath.Glob.simplify :: Pattern -> Pattern System.FilePath.Glob.decompile :: Pattern -> String System.FilePath.Glob.tryCompileWith :: CompOptions -> String -> Either String Pattern System.FilePath.Glob.compileWith :: CompOptions -> String -> Pattern System.FilePath.Glob.compDefault :: CompOptions System.FilePath.Glob.compPosix :: CompOptions System.FilePath.Glob.matchWith :: MatchOptions -> Pattern -> FilePath -> Bool System.FilePath.Glob.globDirWith :: MatchOptions -> [Pattern] -> FilePath -> IO ([[FilePath]], [FilePath]) System.FilePath.Glob.matchDefault :: MatchOptions System.FilePath.Glob.matchPosix :: MatchOptions System.FilePath.Glob.Primitives.literal :: String -> Pattern System.FilePath.Glob.Primitives.singleWildcard :: Pattern System.FilePath.Glob.Primitives.wildcard :: Pattern System.FilePath.Glob.Primitives.recursiveWildcard :: Pattern System.FilePath.Glob.Primitives.charRange :: Bool -> [Either Char (Char,Char)] -> Pattern System.FilePath.Glob.Primitives.numberRange :: Maybe Integer -> Maybe Integer -> Pattern Removed functions: System.FilePath.Glob.tryCompile (no longer needed / superceded by tryCompileWith) New instances: Monoid Pattern Read Pattern Change: ".." can now be matched, by patterns such as ".*". Change: globDir, given "" as the directory, uses getCurrentDirectory. Change: globDir now keeps track of the number of path separators, thus "a//*" will return "a//b" instead of "a/b" as a match result. Change: if character ranges begin with ! or ^, these characters are now considered the start of the range: [^-~] is the range ^ through ~, not the inverse of [-~]. Regression fix: handle directories without read permissions even more properly. Bug fix: globDir doesn't convert patterns like "a./b" to "ab". Bug fix: the Show instance used to show "[?]" as the very different "?" (and a few similar cases). Bug fix: "//./" wasn't getting optimized properly. Bug fix: ".//a" matched "/a" and not "a" or "./a". Bug fix: "f**/a" didn't match "foo/a". Bug fix: ".**/a" didn't match ".foo/a". Bug fix: ".**/a" matched "../a". Bug fixes: globDir and match, in general, handled patterns starting with ".*" or ".**/" quite differently. Bug fix: globDir never matched "foo/" to the directory "foo". Bug fix: globDir never matched "foo**/" to the directory "foo". Bug fix: show (compile "[a!b]") resulted in "[!ab]". 0.3.2, 2008-12-20: Regression fix: handle directories without read permissions properly. Convenience for developers: -XTemplateHaskell no longer barfs on Compile.hs. 0.3.1, 2008-10-31: Corrected the Cabal-Version field. 0.3, 2008-10-19: Further performance improvements to globDir. Bug fix: handle empty pattern lists correctly in globDir. Added dependency: Win32, for Windows OSs. 0.2, 2008-10-18: Performance improvements to globDir, no functionality changes. Added dependency: dlist. 0.1, 2008-10-17: Initial release. Functions: System.FilePath.Glob.tryCompile :: String -> Either String Pattern System.FilePath.Glob.compile :: String -> Pattern System.FilePath.Glob.match :: Pattern -> FilePath -> Bool System.FilePath.Glob.globDir :: [Pattern] -> FilePath -> IO ([[FilePath]], [FilePath]) Dependencies: base, containers, directory, filepath, mtl.