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About Those Slangs…

I like the idea of slangs. They let you modify the grammar of Perl 6 (or maybe you’d prefer Q, or perhaps Regex?). This means you could easily switch into a more pythonesque style of programming just by importing a … Continue reading

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Perl 6 and CPAN? Well…

So, just earlier today the issue of putting Perl 6 modules (and other assorted things) on CPAN came up. I feel that it’s pertinent to put all of my concerns with this now, instead of waiting until people are in … Continue reading

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A Brand New Spec, S15

So, for the past few days I’ve been working on a provisional S15 mostly for fun. I was considering TimToady’s long-ago suggestion of developing a libicu replacement tuned to Perl 6′s needs, and after learning some interesting things about NFG, … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on Unicode in Perl 6

All of the recent work on Rakudo, getting it to run on the JVM, and the creation of and work on MoarVM as another backend for NQP (and thus Rakudo), has created a sense that we’re really moving forward in … Continue reading

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NQP on LLVM: How to Port

I’ve since realized that writing a version of NQP on LLVM from scratch would be either quite a lot of work or, by taking as many of the .nqp files as I can from the exisiting NQP for a self-compiling … Continue reading

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Thoughts on starting NQP on LLVM

Lately I’ve been getting into certain project ideas (which I’ll specify later if they ever become anything) that would require a GUI of some kind. Although I’ve had some success learning SFML, I’m not too much a fan of C … Continue reading

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RD* Phasers Set to PRE

Well, I hope the PRE phaser fires before the START phaser, or else this post’s title will look silly. The purpose of this post, as suggested by the title, is for me to formally list what it is I plan … Continue reading

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Two Years of Perl 6!

6 Feb 2010 marks the two year anniversary of my involvement in Perl 6. It’s the first day I started conversing on #perl6, and I joined the channel two days earlier. (Today also, coincidentally, is the same day I made … Continue reading

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Perl 6 is not Perl, Version 6

In these last few days of summer vacation, I had decided to write an article about my opinion on Perl 6 and its relation to the rest of Perl. I have posted it on github, feel free to click on … Continue reading

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The Mu Proof

This is a paper I wrote a while ago after a discussion on #perl6 one night (the link to the discussion is in the paper below) that proves anything divided by zero equals everything. Enjoy.   The Mu Proof  

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