Monthly Archives: July 2012

Rakudo QAST switch brings memory reductions

In my previous post I mentioned that the work to get Rakudo using QAST was going nicely. QAST is a refreshed abstract syntax tree design and implementation, written in NQP (the Perl 6 subset we write much of Rakudo in) … Continue reading

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The Rakudo move to QAST: progressing nicely

It’s been a little while since I wrote anything here. After all the work getting the new regex engine bootstrapped and alternations having longest token matching semantics, I’ve been taking things just a little bit easier. Only a little bit … Continue reading


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