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I'm not redesigning Perl 5 in any way, the low-magic Perl 5 that will be parsed and compiled by RPerl v1.0 is an explicit subset of Perl 5, there are no changes to the language in that sense. On the other hand, Perl 6 was never really intended to be backward compatible with Perl 5 (viv and STD_P5.pm6 notwithstanding), and to be perfectly clear the RPerl project has nothing whatsoever to do with Perl 6. I think Saint Larry is super cool and I hope Perl 6 happens someday, but RPerl only pertains to Perl 5.

As you correctly (wow!) point out, I am in the process of creating a static compiler for a dynamic language. As I have mentioned in multiple locations, RPerl v1.0 will be released this Christmas.

Yes, you really are rude and seemingly ignorant, but that's not stopping me from answering your questions as best as I can.

I am asking for money because I am not currently funded by any companies or other organizations. You are not contributing your own money, so why should it bother you if scores of other people pledge over $1,400 to RPerl? Maybe you are jealous? I can't figure that part out.

Over the years I've heard many people ask about a Perl optimizing compiler, and I've needed one myself for quite some time. Saint Larry says we should "Let Many Flowers Bloom", so I can't help but wonder why you have such a hateful attitude toward the Perl 11 flowers and RPerl specifically? Social maladjustment?

If you don't need RPerl to make your own code run fast, that's fine, no biggie. But why be such a jerk about it when the rest of us are interested in it as a project?

Seriously dude, why the beef? Can't we all just get along?

Thanks!

Perling,
~ Will

In reply to Re^2: Perl 5 Optimizing Compiler, Part 10: Kickstarter & Performance Benchmarks by Will_the_Chill
in thread Perl 5 Optimizing Compiler, Part 10: Kickstarter & Performance Benchmarks by Will_the_Chill

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