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We are writing a book about Perl 6. It will be some kind of example-driven introduction to Perl 6, and at the same time showing off the reasons why we love that language. We plan to have monthly releases, see docs/release-guide.pod "We" are Carl Mäsak, Jonathan Worthington, Patrick Michaud, Moritz Lenz, Jonathan Scott Duff (Scott) and anybody who's willing to work on it. If you're not on that list yet, you're still very welcome to join us. You can find us on #perl6book on irc.freenode.net. Logs of the IRC discussions: <http://irclog.perlgeek.de/perl6book/> (If you do not have an IRC client, you can use a web-based client at <http://webchat.freenode.net/?randomnick=1&channels=perl6book&prompt=1> ) To build the book, you need to have the following software installed: * GNU make * perl 5.10 * the Perl 5 module Pod::PseudoPod::LaTeX version 1.101050 or newer * inkscape (for svg -> pdf conversion) * A number of LaTeX packages (see lib/*.sty). Ubuntu 10.04 supplies most of what is needed with its texlive-latex-base, texlive-latex-extra, texlive-xetex, texlive-fonts-extra, texlive-latex-recommended and texlive-font-utils packages. * Adobe's fonts and B&H Luxi Sans. To get those, install ttf-xfree86-nonfree (and uninstall t1-xfree86-nonfree) and Acrobat Reader then copy *.otf from /opt/Adobe/Reader9/Resource/Font/ to ~/.fonts/ * Run 'sudo fc-cache -f -v' to rebuild the cache in case the fonts are not found. The book is produced from src/*.pod chapters ultimately rendered into dist/*.pdf using bin/* and lib/* files. Just type 'make' on your command line, and the book should be built in dist/UsingPerl6.a4.pdf, with an A4 paper size; to get U.S. letter size, type 'make PAPER=letter'. All material in this repository is licensed under a CC-by-nc-sa license: <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/> (attribution, noncommercial, share-alike), unless explicitly stated otherwise. (Maybe we'll open up towards removing the noncommercial part at some point).