Today I plan to rename Pugs-Grammar-Perl6 to Pugs-Compiler-Perl6, and start adding the glue code to make it work.
The first goal is to allow perl 5 to execute this:
This should either execute immediately, if called with '-e', or create a
print "hello, world", "\n";
The same code could be compiled to use Inline::C instead of plain perl.
update: the module is now called 'P6.pm', because 'v6' didn't work in perl 5.
update 2: the module is finally named 'v6.pm', but it is used 'v6-pugs' - and it works fine - thanks Audrey!