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Regarding the Santa Claus Golf Apocalypse with Pugs/Perl6, I must note here that the final result of my golfing efforts can be found here: This one goes for the archives. It took me 153 strokes, so it should be a good starting point for you real Perl Golfers out there... (note that as of Pugs r883, it will not work as expected, so you have to downgrade to r882)...

Update: but it sure works with r888, so you do not have excuses...

In other news, something makes me think that the great breakthrough of Perl 6 will happen on the day when the first Emacs mode will be realeased for it... something like cperl6-mode...:-) I tend to edit Perl 6 code with cperl-mode that is specific to Perl 5, and sometimes it produces pretty interesting syntax highlighting and indentation effects.

Update: if you came here from SuperSearching emacs AND perl6-mode, I have some mildly good news for you: even though Emacs does not seem to have a perl6-mode for now, apparently vim has one.

Update: I could not resist: here you find a shiny new cperl6-mode for emacs. Enjoy!


In reply to Re: Pugs Baby Steps by rg0now
in thread Pugs Baby Steps by eyepopslikeamosquito

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