Anyway, this PAST thing now has call-by-need (PThunk) and call-by-name (PBlock) semantics. That should handle both lvalue and rvalue thunking, for example:
my ($x, $y); (0 ?? $x
:: (0 ?? $x :: $y)) = 3; say $y;
Sorry that I didn't get cycles to fix Darren (and other people)'s reported bugs about Pugs's List/OO breakage. Hopefully my currently work on a sane compiler and also sane-enough PIR level primitives will clear up Perl 6's operational semantics enough, so we can run into less of runtime-only container-type-and-context-mismatch bugs.
That's it for today I think... Didn't have enough time to get aggregates working, so PIR doesn't exactly run Test.pm yet, but it's dangerously close.
Oh, and I really like the new L33T interpreter.