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Charlie Gonzalez

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  • ugexe commented on Need Perl6 modules on Windows then use Zef

    There are multiple reports of panda not working on Windows, this is hardly a unique experience to op. If you read his entire post you'll even see that he got past the 'git' issue, so what you're referring to has nothing to do with his problem.

  • Wbiker commented on Need Perl6 modules on Windows then use Zef

    @ugexe
    I do not say that panda does not have problems on Windows.
    I do say that the error "'git' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file." is not a panda one.
    I read the entire post and the gist as well. And his walkaround was to use the Git shell not to put the git.exe in the PATH environment variable. If you use the GIT CMD shell it works as well.
    So, Panda has flaws but you cannot blame it for this git problem thing.

  • ugexe commented on Need Perl6 modules on Windows then use Zef

    You are assuming panda does not have the ability to change the environmental variables it spawns processes (like git itself). I know for a fact the way it handles environmental variables for spawned processes is bugged, because I've fixed it in Zef years ago.

  • ugexe commented on Need Perl6 modules on Windows then use Zef

    Hint: there are ramifications from switching to 'run' from 'shell' that require more than passing an array of command parts instead of a string

  • Joel Berger commented on Dancer2 0.200000 is finally out!

    FYI the documentation for writing a plugin is at https://metacpan.org/pod/Dancer2::Plugin . I didn't immediately find that until chatting on IRC.

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