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Elizabeth Mattijsen Jul 9
Interested in how continuations are used in Rakudo? An excellent question and an excellent answer should bring a lot of clarity:
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Elizabeth Mattijsen Jul 9
Fernando Correa de Oliveira has been working on a Cookbook for Red , the revolutionary ORM for Raku. Please check it out and leave your comments and suggestions, they will be appreciated!
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Mohammad S Anwar Jul 8
My best ever solutions to the "Perl Weekly Challenge" so far. First time, used Class and created method chaining. Am I getting there yet? Don't know but I am enjoying :-)
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melezhik Jul 9
Sparrowdo next release promises asynchronous deployments, Sparky and terraform integration, tagging and other goodies. Stay tuned.
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Mohammad S Anwar Jul 8
solutions to the "Zero Matrix" task of "Perl Weekly Challenge - 068".
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melezhik Jul 7
Multiple hosts management using Sparrowdo.
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Elizabeth Mattijsen 6h
The Perl Foundation has just published Jonathan Worthington's June report of the Raku Development Grant With a great overview of progress on the "newdisp" branch, creating a better, and better optimizable way of calling code in Raku on MoarVM.
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JJ Merelo 18h
Continuations are program state, as stored by an interpreter or compiler asks, and answers how continuations are implemented in
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Elizabeth Mattijsen 14h
Ralph Mellor went back into the Apocalypses and asked about "the single semantic" model of Raku. And Jonathan Worthington gave a thorough example on syntax and semantics, and how they relate to each other differently in different languages
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Elizabeth Mattijsen 2h
A post on FaceBook inspired me to turn that idea into Raku code so you wouldn't actually need dice to play it: It will give you an idea how serious Covid19 could be for you, should you get it. Stay safe, stay healthy!
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Elizabeth Mattijsen 14h
Replying to @ikhlasulamal
Perl 6 is no longer itself. It has been renamed to Raku ( using the tag on social media).
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Andrew Shitov 5h
The lost record: Larry Wall’s Perl 6 announcement at FOSDEM 2015. The only survived 54-minute audio recording.
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Shoichi Kaji Jul 7
I just published setup-raku for GitHub Actions
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Lance Wicks 1h
Replying to @lancew
Totally didn't do it to get back in top 5. ;-)
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Elizabeth Mattijsen Jul 6
Lots of blog posts this week in the Rakudo Weekly News: And a grant extension request, a grant report and the usual assortment of news from the world!
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melezhik 2h
So I've made presentations about Sparrow and Tomty, and this is probably was the first time when people in my company heard about Raku! Let's see, let's see ...
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brian wisti Jul 8
I could just use Org mode, but noo that's too easy Tangling code from Hugo content with Raku
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Elizabeth Mattijsen 5h
Indeed! Audrey Tang lead the first attempt to implement what is now the Raku language ( using the tag on social media). That attempt, codenamed "Pugs", was an implementation using Haskell. The current most complete implementation is Rakudo.
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Elizabeth Mattijsen Jul 6
Andrew Shitov is catching up on Weekly Challenges: an index on their solutions:
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Suman Khanal🇳🇵 Jul 7
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