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Rakudo switched over to QRegex

In my last post – just two days ago – I talked about how the work to switch Rakudo over to using QRegex for parsing Perl 6 source was going well. I guessed there was a 90% chance we’d land … Continue reading

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Switching to QRegex for parsing Perl 6 source

I planned to blog when I finished hacking on Rakudo stuff today. The headline has shifted about three times during the day, however, as I was able to make progress much faster than expected. Well, also because I was having … Continue reading

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Since the Hackathon…

Last time I got around to writing here was while I was at the Oslo Hackathon. It was a truly great event: hugely productive, a great deal of fun and a real motivation booster too. I’d like to again thank … Continue reading

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Hackathoning in Oslo

I’m in Oslo with a bunch of Perl 6 folks. It’s great to see old friends and meet some new ones – and we’re having a highly productive time. After a wonderful evening of tasty food and lovely beer (amongst … Continue reading

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Back from vacation, hackathon coming up!

So, I’m back from vacation. Turns out Argentina is a pretty awesome place to vacation in, too. As well as wonderful food and delicious imperial stout (amongst other good beers), there was walking like this… …and other cool stuff, like … Continue reading

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Meta-programming slides, and some Rakudo news

I’m just back from a trip to the German Perl Workshop. Of course, the food was great and the beer was greater. :-) I was also very happy to see various Rakudo hackers in person; moritz++ was one of the … Continue reading

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Rakudo Star 2012.02 out – and the focus for 2012.03

I’ve just cut the February 2012 release of Rakudo Star. The good news is that we got a bunch of nice improvements into the release. More typed exceptions, and better backtraces. This work has been done by moritz++; I’ll simply … Continue reading

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