Wouldn't want someone thinking that was an exhaustive list, now would we? :)
An S15 updated informed by an implementation? Madness!
Instead of a hash of ALL THE PROPERTIES, it's a much more useful single-property lookup.
Currently errors on rakudo. NEL is in reality an alias for a codepoint without a current Unicode name, U+0085. Since it's unclear if such aliases are supposed to work, for now play it safe.
This allows the user to gain some stability in the cases where Unicode's stability policy isn't sufficient.
The Pod parser correctly removed the begining indentation from the outputted graph. Adding '=code' makes it explicit that we don't want this to happen
This makes much more sense when paired with "make". It also makes the generic examples of make that jnthn++ used in his http://jnthn.net/papers/2014-fosdem-perl6-today.pdf (slide #24 and following) much more sensible to naive, or even experienced Perl 6 users. Perhaps the .ast method should be kept as a synonym for .made, and may even have a check for AST-nodeness added, to give it additional implicit documentational value in the Perl 6 internals. Please note that this has bugged me since the Rakudo and NQP Internals workshop last September. It came back to me in full force after seeing jnthn++'s talk.
...since the use of the saw is actually a patched thing, not a broken thing
newbie_Perl6++ for reminding me this still needed to be done :) .