Correct me if I am wrong, but aren't the p2 stats a little skewed by the fact you are including all the work done on potion before p2 was thought of?
I mean, you could argue that as work that p2 benefits from, but potion was a pretty dead project before you picked it up and breathed live back into it.
Sure, but since potion is the p2 vm and is using the same git tree it is automatically included.
p2 is just a branch from potion. I see no problem with that.
rakudo and now also nqp on the other side is completely seperated from parrot or moarvm.
The stats are also a bit skewed since the parser development on greg happens in 3 repos: mine, Amos Wenger and Ian Piumarta, and is regulary merged, without any visible stats in the p2 repo.
I sorta wish I knew what p2 and gperl are, and why is comparing those to moarvm meaningful...?
Is there some controversy I didn't hear about at YAPC :)
P2? A prolific ruby coder and net celebrity wrote a minimal language VM, then disappeared. It is now apparently being used to run something similar to a subset of Perl.
Gperl? No idea.
Just click on the "created by" link: you'll go to the comparison page on Ohloh instead of a screenshots, with links to each project.
Working at cPanel on B::C (the perl-compiler), p2, types, parrot, B::Generate, cygwin perl and more guts (LLVM, jit, optimizations).