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Parrot has been moving along quite well. Perl 5.10 will be based on it. There are certainly things that need to be worked on, but it's mostly working.

Personally, I'm more interested in Parrot than Perl6.

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In reply to Re: Perl 6 ... dead? by hardburn
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