|> > How's the current performance?
> Bad. You should expect Rakudo programs to run 100 up to 1000 times slower than comparable perl 5 progreams.
Did you mean "prog-dreams"? ;-)
My 2¢ to this discussion:
The most interesting parts of the Perl6 project were:
a JIT compiler tuning the execution nearer to C-speed
an orthogonal redesign allowing much easier language extensions in the future, while Perl5 is stuck in a byzantine labyrinth of patches and patches of patches.
Unfortunately for most of the messages I read from the Perl6 team, I have to admit:
I'm really sorry, but I don't understand... 8-(
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