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  • Sawyer X commented on Perl 5 Porters Mailing List Summary: June 16th-21st

    Edit: Correct version numbers.

    Hi, :)

    The attachments are not visible in nntp, sorry about that. I have found the following public archive that keeps the attachments:

    http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/perl/porters/328907#328907

    Coro has been using internal interfaces which were subject to change and indeed changed. Even though some people advertised that those internal interfaces in perl core must change back in order for Coro to work, it is not true.

    The patches provide…

  • Peter Rabbitson commented on Perl 5 Porters Mailing List Summary: June 16th-21st

    > Coro has been using internal interfaces which were subject to change and indeed changed. Even though some people advertised that those internal interfaces in perl core must change back in order for Coro to work, it is not true.

    Yuki, the above part of Sawyer's comment is so (deliberately?) misleading, that in practice constitutes a lie. The fallout of the change in question is neither limited to Coro[1], nor is the original motivation[2] considered worth the trouble by a large contingent of perl-folk[3]…

  • Sawyer X commented on Perl 5 Porters Mailing List Summary: June 16th-21st

    1. The comment, if wrong, is not deliberate. I'm sorry to have to *actually* Google the exact meaning of "lie" (because people like throwing this word around). Here it is:

    "A false statement made with *deliberate intent* to deceive; an *intentional* untruth;" [Emphasis mine.]

    This means that, if it was wrong *and* deliberate (it might be wrong, it is *not* deliberate), it is a lie. You can stop using that word now. (Not that I assume you would...)

    2. The phrasing in the blog post you link to is inaccurate and misleading. (Not on purpose, I'm sure. No, I'm not sarcasti…

  • Paul "LeoNerd" Evans commented on Perl 5 Porters Mailing List Summary: June 30th - July 5th

    It's coroutine support effectively, yes. Coroutines organised by the use of Futures; in much the way that a lot of other languages, both static and dynamic, seem to be doing lately.

    But it's not going in core, no. At least, not initially.

    If it goes into core, then even if right now today I had the code 100% ready and working, it would make it into 5.25.something, and the first real release you could use it with would be 5.26.

    No, I'm building this initially as an XS module to live on CPAN. With any luck I'll be able to implement it entirely with the custom keyword fe…

  • Steve Bertrand commented on berrybrew, the perlbrew for Windows; rewritten and enhanced

    This was an oversight on my part. The zip file has been corrected.

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