Do not be too quick to bury Perl 6. I would like to draw your attention to Larry Wall's eighth State of the Onion speech. After having read that you will have a better idea of why progress on Perl 6 was as slow as it was last year, and especially that "Perl 6 can be said to be largely complete." and "Perl 6 is going to start emerging this year" (read: 2005) and also "the Parrot engine is in such fine shape, it's time to concentrate on writing a fine Perl 6 compiler to target it".
Of course, the events might not pan out like that, but it's...
...not dead yet.
I feel happy, I feel happy
- another intruder with the mooring of the heat of the Perl
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