Monthly Archives: January 2011

Some thoughts on P6-on-GCC

I’ve been having some thoughts about my project (well, for some definition of project anyway) for a Perl 6 frontend for GCC. In particular, I’m going to first start by learning C++, as that is the most likely candidate language … Continue reading

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Numbers::Ordinals is here! (-ish)

Finally, I have released my first module, Numbers::Ordinal! I already talked about its reasoning in a previous post, so I’m going to talk about the module itself! Numbers::Ordinal provides two subs: &ordinal and &ordinal_digit. If you type ordinal(23), you get … Continue reading

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Ordinal Numbers and Musical Camelias

Ordinals? I’ve been working on an Numbers::Ordinal module for the past day or so, which turns your cardinals and turns them into ordinals! I’m writing it because I write tests, and tend to use descriptions that say “First block done” … Continue reading

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2011 is now Compiling!

Ah, 2011. Another year has come, and people cut holes in the first ‘1’ to manage to create those stupid glasses. That’s cheating. Not surprisingly, #perl6 was pretty empty all throughout New Year’s (Eve&Day). It only ever lit up for … Continue reading

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