Universal Perl 6 repository (formerly called "pugs repository")
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Latest commit 93aa6aa Aug 15, 2017 @zoffixznet zoffixznet committed on GitHub List required Perl modules
Not sure where else to stick 'em; these are needed for the script to run properly.
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LICENSE LICENSE/ : reverted any whitespace cleanup I may have done so that th… Jul 1, 2007
examples Upgraded it to current version Dec 10, 2016
ext Modernized name of module Benchmark and turned POD in it to Pod6 Aug 30, 2011
t Update perlcabal.org/syn/ links to design.perl6.org Dec 19, 2014
v6 remove mention of old old old sprixel Sep 30, 2010
AUTHORS Just Say No to BOMs in UTF-8 Dec 2, 2015
INSTALL.v6 fix some minor issues while reading through README & friends Dec 28, 2008
READTHEM link to the full tutorial rather than just part 1 Jan 12, 2012
READTOO remove entry that is available in both READTOO and READTHEM Dec 28, 2008
project-ideas.txt [project-ideas.txt] collection of medium to large scale Perl 6 projec… Oct 6, 2010


This used to be the pugs repository, but is nowadays a generic repository
for hosting anything related to Perl 6. In particular, it contains the
standard grammar, some implementations like SMOP,
mildew, v6 and elf, various Perl 6 examples, documentation efforts and examples.

Other parts of the former pugs repository have been moved to other

    pugs            https://github.com/audreyt/Pugs.hs
    spectests       https://github.com/perl6/roast
    specs           https://github.com/perl6/specs
    perl6.org       https://github.com/perl6/perl6.org
    src/perl6       https://github.com/perl6/std
    perl5/          https://github.com/perl6/p5-modules
    misc/evalbot    https://github.com/perl6/evalbot

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to to ask on the
irc://irc.freenode.org/#perl6 IRC channel, or send an email to either
perl6-users@perl.org or perl6-compilers.org. Do the same to obtain a commit
bit for this repository.

Many outdated things have been removed from this repository. If you still want
to see them, check out revision r30211 (git sha1 6f0203060f), which was shortly before the big cleaning.


We are rather liberal with what you can do here.
The only limitations are: be friendly, stay on topic (projects in here should
be related to Perl 6 in some way), only put free software in here, 

All code and documentation in this repository is considered as shared, so you
are free to improve and enhance other people's code, and you should be open to
contributions from others.