ZSV/lib: a fast CSV parsing library and standalone utility

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Overview

Please note: this code is still alpha / pre-production. Everything here should be considered preliminary.

If you like ZSVlib, please give it a star!

ZSV/lib: a fast CSV library and extensible command-line utility

ZSVlib is a fast CSV parser library. It achieves high performance using SIMD operations, efficient memory use and other optimization techniques.

Preliminary performance results compare favorably vs other fast CSV parsers. The below were results on a pre-M1 OSX MBA; other results were usually similar though on Windows the difference was much smaller (~20%but still the same direction):
count speed select speed

** See 12/19 update re M1 processor at https://github.com/liquidaty/zsv/blob/main/app/benchmark/README.md

ZSV (zsv) is an extensible CSV utility, which uses ZSVlib, for tasks such as slicing and dicing, querying with SQL, combining, converting, serializing, flattening and more.

ZSV is streamlined for easy development of custom dynamic extensions, one of which is available here and offers added features such as statification and validation reporting, automated column mapping and transformation, and github-like capabilities for sharing and collaboration.

ZSVlib and ZSV are written in C, but since ZSVlib is a library, and ZSV extensions are just shared libraries, you can use ZSVlib with your own code in any programming language, so long as it has been compiled into a shared library that implements the expected interface.

https://github.com/liquidaty/zsv/blob/main/include/zsv/ext/implementation_private.h

Key highlights

  • Available as BOTH a library and an application
  • Open-source, permissively licensed
  • Handles real-world CSV the same way that spreadsheet programs do (including edge cases). Gracefully handles (and can "clean") real-world data that may be "dirty"
  • Runs on OSX (tested on clang/gcc), Linux (gcc), Windows (mingw), BSD (gcc-only) and in-browser (emscripten/wasm)
  • Fast (maybe the fastest ever?). See app/benchmark/README.md
  • Low memory usage (regardless of how big your data is)
  • Easy to use as a library in a few lines of code
  • Includes ZSV command-line app with batteries:
    • select, count, sql query, describe, flatten, serialize and more
  • Easy to extend/customize zsv with a few lines of code via modular plug-in framework. Just write a few custom functions and compile into a distributable DLL that any existing zsv installation can use
  • zsvlib and zsv are permissive licensed
  • Coming soon!: free extension with added capabilities:
    • generate multi-tab XLSX validation break-out reports
    • generate multi-table XLSX or CSV stratifications
    • automate column mapping and transformations
    • create, train and share re-usable data domains using github-like features

Binary downloads

Pre-built binaries for OSX, Windows and Linux are available at https://zsvhub.com/download

Demo

zsv runs best-- by far-- as a desktop CLI. But, you can also try out an extended ZSV version in the browser (though it runs much slower), at https://zsvhub.com/playground. A tutorial that demonstrates a small subset of the capabilities of ZSV and the ZSVHub extension is available at https://github.com/liquidaty/zsvhub-cli/blob/main/demos/covid_vaccine/README.md

Why another CSV parser / utility?

Our objectives, which we were unable to find in a pre-existing project, are:

  • Reasonably high performance
  • Available as both a library and a standalone executable / command-line interface utility (CLI)
  • Memory-efficient, configurable resource limits
  • Handles real-world CSV cases the same way that Excel does, including all edge cases (quote handling, newline handling (either \n or \r), embedded newlines, abnormal quoting (e.g. aaa"aaa,bbb...)
  • Handles other "dirty" data issues:
    • Assumes valid UTF8, but does not misbehave if input contains bad UTF8
    • Option to specify multi-row headers
    • Does not assume or stop working in the case of inconsistent numbers of columns
  • Easy to use library or extend/customize CLI

There are several excellent tools that achieve high performance. Among those we considered were xsv and tsv-utils. While they met our performance objective, both were designed primarily as a utility and not a library, and were not easy enough, for our needs, to customize. This was because they were not designed for modular customizations that could be maintained (or licensed) independently of the related project (in addition to the fact that they were written in Rust and D, respectively, which happen to be languages with which we lacked deep experience). Others we considered were Miller (mlr), csvkit and Go (csv module), which did not meet our performance objective. We also considered various libraries using SIMD, but none seemed to (yet) meet the "real-world CSV" objective.

Hence zsv was created as a library and a versatile application, both optimized for speed and ease of development for extending and/or customizing to your needs

Batteries included

ZSV comes with several built-in commands:

  • echo: read CSV from stdin and write it back out to stdout. This is mostly useful for demonstrating how to use the API and also how to create a plug-in, and has some limited utility beyond that e.g. for adding/removing the UTF8 BOM, or cleaning up bad UTF8
  • select: re-shape CSV by skipping leading garbage, combining header rows into a single header, selecting or excluding specified columns, removing duplicate columns, sampling, searching and more
  • sql: run ad-hoc SQL query on a CSV file
  • desc: provide a quick description of your table data
  • pretty: format for console (fixed-width) display, or convert to markdown format
  • 2json, 2tsv: convert CSV to JSON or TSV
  • serialize (inverse of flatten): convert an NxM table to a single 3x (Nx(M-1)) table with columns: Row, Column Name, Column Value
  • flatten (inverse of serialize): flatten a table by combining rows that share a common value in a specified identifier column
  • stack: merge CSV files vertically

Each of these can also be built as an independent executable.

Building and installing the CLI

Basically: ./configure && sudo make install

See INSTALL.md for more details.

Third-party extensions

In addition to the above extensions, at least one third-party extensions will be made available. If you would like to add your extensions to this list, please contact the project maintainers.

Creating your own extension

You can extend ZSV by providing a pre-compiled shared or static library that defines the functions specified in extension_template.h and which ZSV loads in one of three ways:

  • as a static library that is statically linked at compile time
  • as a dynamic library that is linked at compile time and located in any library search path
  • as a dynamic library that is located in the same folder as the ZSV executable and loaded at runtime if/as/when the custom mode is invoked

Example and template

You can build and run a sample extension by running make test from app/ext_example.

The easiest way to implement your own extension is to copy and customize the template files in app/ext_template

Alpha release limitations

This alpha release does not yet implement the full range of core features that are planned for implementation prior to beta release. If you are interested in helping, please post an issue.

Possible next steps:

  • online "playground"
  • optimize search; add search with hyperscan or re2 regex matching, possibly parallelize?
  • auto-generated documentation, and better documentation in general
  • Additional benchmarking. Would be great to use https://bitbucket.org/ewanhiggs/csv-game/src/master/ as a springboard to benchmarking a number of various tasks
Comments
  • "Illegal instruction" when running on Intel Ivy Bridge CPU

    Hello- I wanted to compare the speed benchmark for zsv with csvquote, and ran into this issue where zsv appears to not run on my 2012-era CPU. This is likely because my CPU does not support the AVX2 set of SIMD instructions.

    $ ./confgiure
    $ sudo make install
    $ zsv count testdata.csv
    Illegal instruction
    

    For the zsv benchmark, I think you may want to use a different test data set instead of https://burntsushi.net/stuff/worldcitiespop_mil.csv because that data does exercise any special csv parsing capabilities. With this data set, to perform the benchmark tests to count rows and select columns the standard unix text processing tools wc and cut would suffice (or awk).

    A better test for benchmarking would be a large file (multiple GB) that contains quoted fields with embedded field separators and record separators (commas and newlines). A clever example of a self-generating CSV test file is here which provides an infinite stream of random CSV data that can be adjusted to increase or decrease the portion of quoted fields that contain separator characters that should be treated as data.

    Also the benchmark test should check for correct results as well as measure speed.

    Hope these suggestions are helpful. Dan

    opened by dbro 20
  • make install fails for lib on Windows (MinGW + GitBash)

    make install fails for lib on Windows (MinGW + GitBash)

    Description

    make install fails for lib on Windows (MinGW + GitBash).

    Errors:

    Working directory is 'D:\a\zsv\zsv'
    [command]"C:\Program Files\Git\bin\git.exe" version
    git version 2.35.1.windows.2
    ...
    ./configure --prefix=build
    make install
    ...
    Building with mingw
    mingw32-make[1]: Entering directory 'D:/a/zsv/zsv/src'
    Using config file /d/a/zsv/zsv/config.mk
    No profiling set. To use PGO, compile with PGO=1, then run with data, then compile again with PGO=2
    No VECTOR_SIZE set, using 256
    Makefile:13: /d/a/zsv/zsv/config.mk: No such file or directory
    mingw32-make[1]: Leaving directory 'D:/a/zsv/zsv/src'
    mingw32-make[1]: *** No rule to make target '/d/a/zsv/zsv/config.mk'.  Stop.
    mingw32-make: *** [Makefile:54: install] Error 2
    

    Some digging into it revealed that src/Makefile:147 was unable to create a target for LIBZSV_INSTALL which contains /d/a/zsv/zsv/config.mk.

    Could you please share your Windows + MinGW environment specs with versions?

    Expected

    The build should be successful.

    Actual

    The build is failing.

    bug 
    opened by iamazeem 8
  • ARM64 Linux Support

    ARM64 Linux Support

    Any plans to add support for ARM64 Linux?

    I just tried to build it for ARM64 on Linux by aarch64-linux-gnu-gcc cross-compiler.

    PREFIX=zsv-arm64-linux-gcc CC=aarch64-linux-gnu-gcc ./configure
    make install
    

    But it failed with linker errors for termcap library:

    /usr/lib/gcc-cross/aarch64-linux-gnu/10/../../../../aarch64-linux-gnu/bin/ld: cannot find -ltermcap
    collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
    

    You might want to explore this further if it's in the roadmap. Thanks!

    question 
    opened by iamazeem 7
  • Lack of documentation and unclear API is a real drawback.

    Lack of documentation and unclear API is a real drawback.

    Hello,

    I'm very interested in using zsvlib into a C project.

    I'm looking for a way to use the library in order to achieve the same result as the command zsv select file.csv -- column_title to convert a column into a char**.

    However, I find the API unclear, and the applications source code seems quite convoluted, to not say obscure. I'm starting to understand that a zsvlib “Hello World” should start with:

    struct zsv_opts* opts = zsv_get_default_opts();
    zsv_parser parser = zsv_new(opts);
    

    But, again, I feel like I'm at the beginning of a long journey before I finally feel comfortable with the API, and start producing the result I want to achieve.

    I'm hoping to use this library in the future, so I wanted to signal this difficulty.

    Best regards.

    opened by malespiaut 6
  • build fails because `zsv_scan_fixed.c` can't be found

    build fails because `zsv_scan_fixed.c` can't be found

    $ git clone https://github.com/liquidaty/zsv
    $ cd zsv
    $ ./configure
    config will be saved to config.mk
    checking for AWK tool... awk
    checking for C compiler... cc
    checking whether C compiler works... yes
    checking for ar... gcc-ar
    checking for ranlib... gcc-ranlib
    checking host system type... x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
    checking whether compiler accepts -Werror=unknown-warning-option... no
    checking whether compiler accepts -Werror=unused-command-line-argument... no
    checking whether compiler accepts -Werror=ignored-optimization-argument... no
    checking whether linker accepts -Werror=unknown-warning-option... no
    checking whether linker accepts -Werror=unused-command-line-argument... no
    checking whether linker accepts -Werror=ignored-optimization-argument... no
    checking whether compiler accepts -fvectorize... no
    checking whether compiler accepts -ftree-vectorize... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts -fopt-info-vec-optimized... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts -fopt-info-vec-missed... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts -fopt-info-vec-all... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts -fpie... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts -fpic... yes
    checking whether linker accepts -pie... yes
    checking whether linker accepts -fpic... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts -pipe... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts -ffunction-sections... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts -fdata-sections... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts -mavx2... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts -mvpclmulqdq... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts -flto... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts -fvisibility=hidden... yes
    checking whether linker accepts -Wl,--gc-sections... yes
    checking whether linker accepts -flto... yes
    checking whether linker accepts -fwhole-program... yes
    checking whether linker accepts -march=native... yes
    checking whether linker accepts -ldl... yes
    checking whether linker accepts -Wl,-z,now... yes
    checking whether linker accepts -Wl,-z,relro... yes
    checking whether linker accepts -Wl,-z,now... yes
    checking whether linker accepts -Wl,-z,relro... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts _mm256_movemask_epi8 from immintrin.h...yes
    checking whether there is a header called immintrin.h... yes
    checking whether compiler accepts memmem from string.h...no
    checking whether compiler accepts tgetent from termcap.h...yes
    checking whether compiler accepts arc4random_uniform from stdlib.h...no
    checking whether compiler accepts rand_s from stdlib.h with #define _CRT_RAND_S... no
    checking whether compiler accepts __builtin_expect(0,0)...yes
    checking whether compiler accepts __builtin_expect_with_probability(0,0,0.5)...yes
    creating config.mk... done
    $ make all
    make[1]: Entering directory '/home/andrew/clones/zsv/src'
    Using config file /home/andrew/clones/zsv/config.mk
    No profiling set. To use PGO, compile with PGO=1, then run with data, then compile again with PGO=2
    No VECTOR_SIZE set, using 256
    cc -pipe -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections  -fvisibility=hidden -DHAVE__MM256_MOVEMASK_EPI8 -DHAVE_IMMINTRIN_H -DHAVE_TGETENT -DHAVE___BUILTIN_EXPECT -DHAVE___BUILTIN_EXPECT_WITH_PROBABILITY -mavx2 -DNDEBUG -O3 -fPIC -std=gnu11 -Wno-gnu-statement-expression -Wshadow -Wall -Wextra -Wno-missing-braces -pedantic -D_GNU_SOURCE  -I/home/andrew/clones/zsv/include -DNO_UTF8_CHECK -DVECTOR_SIZE_256 -o /home/andrew/clones/zsv/build/Linux/rel/cc/objs/zsv.o -c zsv.c
    In file included from zsv.c:20:
    zsv_internal.c:394:10: fatal error: zsv_scan_fixed.c: No such file or directory
      394 | #include "zsv_scan_fixed.c"
          |          ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    compilation terminated.
    make[1]: *** [Makefile:163: /home/andrew/clones/zsv/build/Linux/rel/cc/objs/zsv.o] Error 1
    make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/andrew/clones/zsv/src'
    make: *** [Makefile:49: all] Error 2
    

    There is no zsv_scan_fixed.c file in my checkout, so... yeah. My next step was to try your downloads, but your web site is borked:

    $ curl https://zsvhub.com
    curl: (60) SSL: no alternative certificate subject name matches target host name 'zsvhub.com'
    More details here: https://curl.se/docs/sslcerts.html
    
    curl failed to verify the legitimacy of the server and therefore could not
    establish a secure connection to it. To learn more about this situation and
    how to fix it, please visit the web page mentioned above.
    

    curl -k https://zsvhub.com works. So I try my browser, and it finally lets me through after a bunch of warnings and I was able to get a working binary that way.

    opened by BurntSushi 6
  • configure script is failing

    configure script is failing

    Description

    On Ubuntu 18.04 and 20.04 under bash, the configure script fails with these errors:

    $ ./configure
    ./configure: 214: [: unexpected operator
    ./configure: 225: [: unexpected operator
    ./configure: 227: [[: not found
    ...
    checking whether compiler accepts __builtin_expect(0,0)..../configure: 156: [: 1: unexpected operator
    no
    checking whether compiler accepts __builtin_expect_with_probability(0,0,0.5)..../configure: 156: [: 1: unexpected operator
    no
    creating ... ./configure: 492: cannot create : Directory nonexistent
    

    As the configure script specifies #!/bin/sh, the bash things such as [[ condition ]], and == are not supported. The same behavior has also been observed in the GitHub Actions CI pipeline. However, with #!/bin/bash, it works fine.

    You might want to look into it on your side as well. Maybe, a fix would be required either to use pure sh stuff or using bash

    Expected

    The configure script should work without fail.

    Actual

    The configure script fails with multiple syntax errors.

    bug 
    opened by iamazeem 5
  • [macos/clang] Tests are failing

    [macos/clang] Tests are failing

    On macos/clang, the tests are failing with the following errors:

    test-echo: 
    /bin/sh: line 1:  2584 Illegal instruction: 4  /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/build/Darwin/rel/clang/bin/zsv_echo /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/data/loans_1.csv > /tmp/test-echo.out
    make[2]: *** [test-echo] Error 132
    make[1]: *** [test-echo] Error 2
    make: *** [test] Error 2
    

    macOS: 10.15 clang: 12.0.0

    Passed LDFLAGS='-mmacosx-version-min=10.5' as env var but looks like it's not included in the final linking command:

    clang -pipe -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections -fpic -O3 -DNDEBUG -std=gnu11 -Wno-gnu-statement-expression -Wshadow -Wall -Wextra -Wno-missing-braces -pedantic -DSTDC_HEADERS -D_GNU_SOURCE -ftree-vectorize -fvisibility=hidden -I/Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/amd64-macosx-clang/include -mavx2 -DZSV_EXTRAS -DHAVE__MM256_MOVEMASK_EPI8 -DHAVE_IMMINTRIN_H -DHAVE_MEMMEM -DHAVE_TGETENT -DHAVE_ARC4RANDOM_UNIFORM -DHAVE___BUILTIN_EXPECT -DNO___BUILTIN_EXPECT_WITH_PROBABILITY -flto -Iexternal/utf8proc-2.6.1 -DUTF8PROC -DUTF8PROC_STATIC -I/Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/include -o /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/build/Darwin/rel/clang/bin/zsv_echo echo.c /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/build/Darwin/rel/clang/objs/utils/writer.o /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/build/Darwin/rel/clang/objs/utils/file.o /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/build/Darwin/rel/clang/objs/utils/err.o /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/build/Darwin/rel/clang/objs/utils/signal.o /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/build/Darwin/rel/clang/objs/utils/mem.o /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/build/Darwin/rel/clang/objs/utils/clock.o /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/build/Darwin/rel/clang/objs/utils/arg.o /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/build/Darwin/rel/clang/objs/utils/dl.o /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/build/Darwin/rel/clang/objs/utils/string.o /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/build/Darwin/rel/clang/objs/utils/dirs.o   -L/Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/amd64-macosx-clang/lib -lzsv /Users/runner/work/zsv/zsv/build/Darwin/rel/clang/external/utf8proc-2.6.1/utf8proc.o  -lpthread  -march=native -ldl -ltermcap 
    

    See full logs here: https://github.com/liquidaty/zsv/runs/6664830117?check_suite_focus=true

    bug 
    opened by iamazeem 4
  • more precise description for UTF-8 behavior

    more precise description for UTF-8 behavior

    The README shows "Assumes valid UTF8, but does not misbehave if input contains bad UTF8", but this does not specify 1. for what this assumption is made, 2. what parts of UTF8 are checked (codepoints, grapheme clusters or more stuff).

    Typically, one means codepoints, but this is not explicit in the text.

    opened by matu3ba 4
  • extend benchmarks

    extend benchmarks

    Please be explicit on 1. allocation, 2. constrains, 3. usage of SIMD

    I would be curious, how fast other SIMD-accelerated parsers are in comparison. For example, there is https://github.com/geofflangdale/simdcsv

    opened by matu3ba 4
  • [QA] Test nuget package (nupkg) with local feed

    [QA] Test nuget package (nupkg) with local feed

    Following are the instructions to test on Linux/Ubuntu (use same instructions on Windows with respective path changes):

    Download nuget package zsv-amd64-windows-mingw.nupkg from CI artifacts https://github.com/liquidaty/zsv/actions/runs/2474706978 to ~/Downloads directory.

    Install nuget:

    sudo apt install nuget
    

    Unzip:

    unzip zsv-amd64-windows-mingw.nupkg.zip
    

    Create a nuget feed directory:

    mkdir nuget-feed
    

    Add package:

    nuget add ./zsv-amd64-windows-mingw.nupkg -source ./nuget-feed
    

    Install package:

    nuget install zsv -source $PWD/nuget-feed
    

    Check in current directory, there'll be a directory named zsv.8.6.22.1654706402. The version may differ depending on the CI workflow the package is downloaded from.

    opened by iamazeem 3
  • [QA] Test AMD64 Linux/gcc and Linux/clang RPM packages #18

    [QA] Test AMD64 Linux/gcc and Linux/clang RPM packages #18

    Please download and install RPM packages on your side.

    Download Linux/gcc and Linux/clang RPM packages from here: https://github.com/liquidaty/zsv/actions/runs/2438944223

    After downloading and extracting zsv-amd64-linux-gcc.deb:

    Install:

    sudo yum install ./zsv-amd64-linux-gcc.rpm
    

    Play around with the installed zsv to make sure it's working.

    Uninstall:

    sudo yum remove zsv
    

    After Linux/gcc, please test zsv-amd64-linux-clang.rpm also.


    During my testing, I found out that zsv has a transitive dependency on libtinfo5. (Built on Ubuntu 18.04 with rpmbuild) I had to install it separately on Ubuntu 18.04 with apt. For my testing, I used alien to install the RPM package on Ubuntu 18.04 and 20.04. Besides, there's no explicit linking with this library (libtinfo) in the source code. If you have knowledge about this, please do share. Thanks!


    In addition, earlier on May 23rd, I had this output for ldd command without libtinfo:

    $ ldd ./build/Linux/rel/cc/bin/cli
        linux-vdso.so.1 (0x00007ffeb8beb000)
        libpthread.so.0 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0 (0x00007f09a3794000)
        libdl.so.2 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libdl.so.2 (0x00007f09a378d000)
        libc.so.6 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6 (0x00007f09a35a1000)
        /lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 (0x00007f09a3953000)
    

    But, now I'm getting this output with libtinfo:

    $ ldd ./build/Linux/rel/gcc/bin/cli 
        linux-vdso.so.1 (0x00007ffc0c9f4000)
        libtinfo.so.6 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libtinfo.so.6 (0x00007f34e6ade000)
        libpthread.so.0 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0 (0x00007f34e6abc000)
        libdl.so.2 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libdl.so.2 (0x00007f34e6ab5000)
        libc.so.6 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6 (0x00007f34e68c9000)
        /lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 (0x00007f34e6cab000)
    

    On Ubuntu 18.04, it's libtinfo.so.5. On Ubuntu 20.04, it's libtinfo.so.6.

    We need to determine the cause of this addition and possibly remove this dependency. Otherwise, this will indirectly be affecting the packaging and we'll have to ship this as part of the package.

    opened by iamazeem 3
  • [PKG] Update custom homebrew formula with new release

    [PKG] Update custom homebrew formula with new release

    The custom homebrew formula needs to be updated with each new release via CI workflow.

    The current homebrew-zsv is pointing to an older release 0.0.4-alpha while the latest one is v0.3.3-alpha.

    Changes required:

    1. Version: https://github.com/liquidaty/homebrew-zsv/blob/a6b5b99f3e1acd286df0366d6eff09ec1f8ddcc6/formula/zsv.rb#L4
    2. Hash: https://github.com/liquidaty/homebrew-zsv/blob/a6b5b99f3e1acd286df0366d6eff09ec1f8ddcc6/formula/zsv.rb#L7

    Suggested CI Workflow

    With each new release, at the end of CI run from main:

    1. Clone https://github.com/liquidaty/homebrew-zsv
    2. Calculate SHA256 of the generated tar file i.e. zsv-version-alpha-amd64-macosx-gcc.tar.gz
    3. Replace version and hash in https://github.com/liquidaty/homebrew-zsv/blob/main/formula/zsv.rb
    4. Commit and push
    enhancement 
    opened by iamazeem 0
  • [PKG] Publish to homebrew/homebrew-core

    [PKG] Publish to homebrew/homebrew-core

    Formula added: https://github.com/liquidaty/homebrew-core/blob/master/Formula/zsv.rb

    It failed the audit with these errors:

    $ brew audit --new-formula zsv
    zsv:
      * Stable version URLs should not contain alpha
      * GitHub repository not notable enough (<30 forks, <30 watchers and <75 stars)
    Error: 2 problems in 1 formula detected
    

    Need to update and publish it as soon as the criteria is met.

    documentation enhancement 
    opened by iamazeem 2
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