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BlackNoise » GreyeNoise, without the TAL. =========================================== == What is it? == An implementation of the WhiteNoise static website generation system, but in Perl 5 instead of Perl 6. The first Perl 5 implementation was called GreyNoise, and like the original WhiteNoise, it used TAL for templates. However, Template::TAL was manging the Unicode characters in templates, so I've ditched its ass. See GreyNoise's repo for the history behind this. == What is DateTime::Parse::Perl6? == It's exactly what it sounds like, it's a parser for DateTime objects, that parses Perl 6 DateTime strings (which is an ISO8601 style string) and also formats them as Perl 6 would. It's derived from the DateTime::Format::RFC3339 library, but modified to work with Perl 6 strings specifically. Eventually, it'll probably make its way into its own repository, and onto CPAN. == What other dependencies are there? == * Perl 5.10 or higher. * File::Find::Rule * Slurp * DateTime * JSON == 2.0 or higher (JSON::XS is also highly recommended.) * XML::LibXML * UNIVERSAL::require * version * Test::XML * DateTime::Format::Perl6 Used to be bundled, now it's in its own repository. See https://github.com/supernovus/datetime-format-perl6 == What's next? == Nothing. This is meant as a stop-gap solution to power my website. It's not fully featured, and never will be. Eventually I hope Perl 6 gets to the point where I can resurrect WhiteNoise, and maybe merge it into ww6. Of course, that's just a dream.