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Greetings fellow monks. As some of you know, three weeks ago I have started the Pugs project, to build an interpreter (and eventually compiler) for Perl 6. It can run some example programs and over 100 unit tests now.

Today I have started preparing Apocrypha 1, an overview of the Pugs project. As I plan to write it with a question-and-answer format, I have solicited freenode #perl6 for questions; a list is available on my use.perl journal.

I'd very much appreciate more questions, not neccessary of the "overview" type -- i.e. technical questions are fine. Feel free to ask them here in either this thread or over there in use.perl. I plan to send the article out (to and TheMonadReader) in about three days, but further questions will still be answered. :)


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