When you wrote one line in the debugger REPL, than a second that used something in the first, things got messed up. This fixes it.
Adjusted Grammar.nqp to parse a few more unspace-related tests.
Otherwise it would continue and complain about missing method NQPMu.ast because of lacking $<term_init>.
Lazily initialize $!WHICH in Set
$!WHICH is only needed if we use a Set as a hash key, but we pay the penalty for sorting the members on every set construction
Remove redundant sort
This speeds up Set creation by about 33%
Means we'll be able to use it to create a perl6-debug one also.
This seems to be wanted.
…an always receive a maximum-sized IP datagram in one try.
just to avoid possible future conflicts
Fixes two tests in S02-lexical-conventions/sub-block-parsing.t
Actually receives the invocant object, ready for an improved exception object. Can also add this mechanism to JVM backend, most likely.