Different IRC bots that operate on a bunch of prebuilt Rakudo versions
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AlexDaniel Bump TasksMax to 200
It seems to be relatively easy to go over the limit.
Latest commit 43a4e48 Dec 6, 2018
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3rdparty Add miniircd as submodule Feb 28, 2018
lib Make sure to pick up 2015.12 in 6.c shortcut Oct 28, 2018
sandbox Add sandbox folder Sep 30, 2017
services Bump TasksMax to 200 Dec 5, 2018
xbin Remove 6lang.party Nov 12, 2018
xt Move some logic into Whateverable::Bisection Sep 16, 2018
.gitignore Ignore vim's temp files Jun 2, 2018
.gitmodules Add miniircd as submodule Feb 28, 2018
CONTRIBUTING.md CONTRIBUTING.md + some README.md changes May 29, 2018
LICENSE Initial commit May 20, 2016
META6.json Bump version Oct 21, 2018
README.md CONTRIBUTING.md + some README.md changes May 29, 2018
Sakefile Make it usable as a module Sep 15, 2018
config-default.json 💥 Split Whateverable.pm6 into separate files Sep 15, 2018



The Whateverables are a collection of IRC bots primarily useful for Perl 6 developers. They are written in Perl 6 and are based on IRC::Client. Many of the use cases involve running Perl 6 code using pre-built versions of the Rakudo Perl 6 compiler for each commit.


See wiki for more information.




See wiki/installation.