This module is now just a command-line front end, meaning it needs no Build.pm either, and should install/work with Parrot, JVM and Moar.
Still need to get proper build/runner stuff in place for JVM, but that should be all that's needed now.
Now, when you quit and there are END blocks queued up, you are asked if you wish to run them. Doing so will return the prompt to a saner state if you happened to be in an exceptional state.
Make Build.pm work with current panda.
Suggest panda installation now it's possible (tadzik++). Also link to blog post and video demonstrating it.
They don't do anything, they're just declarations, so there's no value in stepping through them one by one. Those that initialize the variable are exempted from this, since they make some kind of assignment or binding, and so are not only declarational.
This is where it shoulda been done in the first place. Makes things work again with latest Rakudo.
This makes things better for multiple debug runs in the REPL.
It seems to be missing. Not sure why...may be Rakudo issue.