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The latest release of Rakudo, the implementation of Perl 6 that targets the Parrot virtual machine, has arrived.

Rakudo now lives in its own independent repository on github rather than being bundled with Parrot.

Read the full announcement at rakudo.org


In reply to Rakudo Perl development release #14 ("Vienna") by duff

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