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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I don't know a great deal about Parrot and Perl 6 but I take an interest and can see that both the Parrot and Perl 6 websites have not been updated for some time. The perl 6 page talks about parrot being at 0.0.1.1 and there hasn't been anything added or changed on the sites for months at a time. I'd really like to do something but the information available is so out of date and limited that its hard to see what is being done and what progress is being made. There has been a hell of a lot of work done on
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    @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
    print reverse @JAPH;
    • Thanks for the offer to help! FYI, parrotcode.org will be updated shortly to reflect the new release. Bootstrapping problem, we needed the use.perl article to hit first =-) If you're interested in supplying patches to the web sites, you can get guest access to the repositories at http://svn.perl.org/perl.org/docs/live/parrotcode ... submit any patches from that to webmaster@perl.org, where they'll go into a queue for approval. The summaries are available online [perl.org], or, of course, on the mailing lists. If you need questions answered, there are several resources: For parrot, check out perl6-internals at perl.org, and to a lesser degree, #parrot on irc.perl.org. For pugs, it's perl6-compiler at perl.org or #perl6 on freenode. Regards.