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...What Perl really needs is a better extension system and a native compiler...

Eh... Parrot has just that or almost. If you follow the Parrot list, you would know that the first native executables have been generated from Parrot. And that work on the extension system is in high gear.

This is what is going to make Ponie so very interesting. It's like halfway between Perl 5 (because it's going to compile Perl 5.10 source code) and it's going to run on Parrot (like Perl 6 and many, many other languages).


In reply to Re: Re: Re: The right time to start a project? by liz
in thread The right time to start a project? by IOrdy

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