list-singleton: Easily and clearly create lists with only one element in them.

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Warning: This package is not maintained anymore. As of base-4.15.0.0, both <code>Data.List.singleton</code> and <code>Data.List.NonEmpty.singleton</code> are available.

The list-singleton package allows you to easily and clearly create lists with only one element in them, which are typically called "singleton lists" or simply "singletons". (Not to be confused with the singletons package!)

With any luck this library will be included in future versions of the base package. See this mailing list thread for an extended discussion: https://mail.haskell.org/pipermail/libraries/2019-August/029801.html.


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Dependencies base (>=4.13.0 && <4.18) [details]
License MIT
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Maintainer Taylor Fausak
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Source repo head: git clone https://github.com/tfausak/list-singleton
Uploaded by fozworth at 2022-08-28T12:16:03Z
Distributions LTSHaskell:2.0.0.2, NixOS:2.0.0.2
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⚠️ This package is not maintained anymore. As of base-4.15.0.0, both Data.List.singleton and Data.List.NonEmpty.singleton are available.

The list-singleton is a Haskell package allows you to easily and clearly create lists with only one element in them, which are typically called "singleton lists" or simply "singletons".

For more details, read the announcement post on my blog or the documentation on Hackage.