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  1. This workflow demonstrates the Haskell Alfred Library. The workflow allows text to be converted to different formats. The following commands are: ht:conv This command takes a string in the Alfred Prompt. You then pick the type of conversion you want. The result is pushed on to the clipboard. ht:start This command starts a dedicated web server for performing the text conversion. ht:stop This command closes the dedicated web server. You then use a GET requests to port 8000 of your localhost with the conversion type and the string. It will return to you the converted string. Example: http://localhost:8000/title/this is a test will return This is a Test There is a hotkey for numbering the lines of text in the clipboard. There is also an external trigger for taking text from the clipboard and allowing the user to select a converter. There is a hotkey for triggering that external trigger also that takes the current selection and puts it into the clipboard. Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/haskell-text-converter My Github: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred My Website: http://www.customct.com/ Version: 1.2 - July 31, 2015
  2. Hi, Could you please add my new Alfred Workflow Library in Haskell to the list of Alfred libraries. You can find it here: https://github.com/raguay/AlfredLibraryInHaskell Thanks.
  3. This workflow lets you search Hayoo. Your default browser will open the documentation page for the selected option or a package page on hackage. Usage: ho [query] or hayoo [query] for function search and hp [package] or hayoop [package] for package search. See more on github page.
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