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Mark Leighton Fisher (4252)

Mark Leighton Fisher
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http://mark-fisher.home.mindspring.com/

I am a Systems Engineer at Regenstrief Institute [regenstrief.org]. I also own Fisher's Creek Consulting [comcast.net].
Friday August 25, 2006
11:42 AM

pmtools-perl6 on SourceForge

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I've made enough progress in experimenting with Perl6 for module management that I've created the pmtools-perl6 SourceForge project, which will give pmtools-perl6 developers access to mailing lists and bug tracking among other tools. The pmtools-perl6 sources will live on CPAN, just like the sources for Perl5's pmtools I just didn't want to host my own mailing lists, bug tracker, etc. Since you request the SourceForge humans to create your mailing lists as well as your project (as I understand the SourceForge setup process), it will be a week or two yet before I have the pmtools-perl6 mailing lists fired up.

An initial note to pmtools-perl6 developers: Perl6 exception handling in Pugs (as of v6.2.11) in my experimentation does not give you the new Perl6 exception info yet, so likely you will want to use the Perl5 $! to figure out what exception was just thrown when you try to load a module (pun intended).

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