01 Nov 2011

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parrot.org: Parrot for Dummies (which means me! :-)

This is just a quick, first blog post to ensure everything is working correctly.

Cheers!

Alvis

01 Nov 2011 9:26pm GMT

24 Oct 2011

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Tadeusz SoĊ›nierz (tadzik): MuEvent: AnyEvent lookalike for Perl 6

Trying to struggle with Select in Parrot, I accidentally discovered that its Socket has a .poll method. What a trivial, yet satisfying way to have some simple non-blocking IO. Thus, MuEvent was born.

Why MuEvent? Well, in Perl 6, Mu can do much less than Any. MuEvent, as expected, can do much less than AnyEvent, but it's trying to keep the interface similar.

You're welcome to read the code, and criticise it all the way. Keep in mind that I can no idea how should I properly write an event loop, so bonus points if you tell me what could have been done better. I don't expect MuEvent to be an ultimate solution for event-driven programming in Perl 6, but I hope it will encourage people to play around. Have an appropriate amount of fun!


24 Oct 2011 9:06pm GMT

19 Oct 2011

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parrot.org: Parrot 3.9.0 "Archaeopteryx" Released

On behalf of the Parrot team, I'm proud to announce Parrot 3.9.0 "Archaeopteryx".
Parrot (http://parrot.org/) is a virtual machine aimed at running all dynamic languages.

Parrot 3.9.0 is available on Parrot's FTP site
(ftp://ftp.parrot.org/pub/parrot/releases/supported/3.9.0/), or by following the
download instructions at http://parrot.org/download. For those who would like
to develop on Parrot, or help develop Parrot itself, we recommend using Git to
retrieve the source code to get the latest and best Parrot code.

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19 Oct 2011 2:08am GMT