… the nom branch.
…es, for example in 'install' target
…tain git versions
(The existing C<take> function still also returns lvalues... but now we can start to correct that.)
allows us to properly future-proof code by adding "is rw" where it will ultimately be needed. Also mark many of the existing core routines that are known to be "is rw".
S26 states: After the typename, the rest of the C<=begin> marker line is treated as configuration information for the block. This information is used in different ways by different types of blocks, but is always specified using Perl6-ish option pairs. We don't parse the block configuration information yet, plus they're not needed anyway there.
… now the default.