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That is indeed Parrot's vision for the distant future, but even I as a Perl 6 developer and advocate think that it's far off in the future.

Browsers embed highly specialized and optimized javascript JIT compilers, and a general-purpose dynamic VM like parrot can't really hope to compete in terms of speed any time soon. And since speed is a major concern for browsers, we can't really expect to see wide spread adoption of parrot on the browser level until the performance issues have been sorted out.

In reply to Re: Control the browser with Perl6 by moritz
in thread Control the browser with Perl6 by nikosv

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