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  • Commented on Think Python in Perl 6 Chapter 4: Interface Design
    Hi Brian, If by hash-style passing you mean this: rn: sub foo(:$bar) { say $bar; }; foo(bar => "Hello!") [08:02am] p6eval: rakudo 0f9703, niecza v24-24-gbdc3343: OUTPUT«Hello!␤» That works fine in p6 (as this example shows)....
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  • Brian Wisti commented on Think Python in Perl 6 Chapter 4: Interface Design

    Right you are! I'm not sure where I got confused on the syntax.

  • Brian Wisti commented on Think Python in Perl 6 Chapter 4: Interface Design

    It may be a while before I pick this specific topic back up. Lots of digging into both Mojolicious and Perl 6 as attention span demands.

    There's the issue that I'm capable of much more polished and well-researched writing than this. Any further posts in this style will just be an embarrassment.

    Future content might go elsewhere, though. This spam trap is starting to annoy me. If so, I'll at least post about where the other content is to be found.

  • raiph commented on Think Python in Perl 6 Chapter 4: Interface Design

    Fwiw, on Mojolicious and Perl 6...

    From #perl6 a few weeks ago ( http://irclog.perlgeek.de/perl6/2013-02-07#i_6422674 ):

    japhb: "if/when Rakudo is running on JVM, would you be willing at that point to do the Mojo porting in earnest? If not, what would you still be waiting on?"

    A constructive discussion ensued that enumerated the pieces sri could think of necessary to do a "real deal" Mojolicious port to Perl 6.

    The next day japhb said "I'm looking at building a list of modules and functionality…

  • Brian Wisti commented on Think Python in Perl 6 Chapter 4: Interface Design

    What the what?

    I have *got* to start spending time on IRC. Thanks for sharing.

  • raiph commented on Think Python in Perl 6 Chapter 4: Interface Design

    #perl6 especially. I think the current vibe is due to Audrey's influence even though it's 5 years since she dropped back to lurk/msg/Ofun mode, amplified by the sense of excitement building as 6.0.0 approaches.

    (For thos reading along, you don't have to get on channel -- there's the web log per the link in my last comment. Additionally, I continually add selected lines to produce a "summary" that is about 10%-30% as long as the full log. For example, here is yesterday's "summary": http://irclog.perlgeek…

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