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This code as been 'forked' from the website http://ppolv.wordpress.com/2008/02/25/parsing-csv-in-erlang/
Original code by: pplov Additional code by Gerald Gutierrez and Luke Krasnoff
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Gordon Guthrie to luke.krasnoff 8 Mar Hey Luke
I wonder if you could e-mail me a copy of your CVS parsing code: http://ppolv.wordpress.com/2008/02/25/parsing-csv-in-erlang/
It is a useful bit of code. Have you thought of throwing up on github/would you mind if we did?
Sez Luke back
By all means put it on github.