In the present April edition of the French Gnu Linux Magazine,
I announced that Sun Microsystems was about to launch a Perl6 processor
named mehari and gave a quick presentation of its features
Two months after the paper edition, our
articles go inline. So the article is mentionned here,
but no link yet.
Perles de Mongueurs 22, par Stéphane Payrard
Paru dans Linux Magazine 82, avril 2006.
* Les nouvelles de la communauté Perl d'avril - Méhari : un miniPerl6 sur une puce.
I thought that a previous "Perl in a processor" had been
done before, but I can't find it.
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