So far http://pleac.sourceforge.net/ has comparative Perl Cookbook
example for these languages:
- perl, 100.00% done (naturally, since they're from the book)
- python, 63.43% done
- ruby, 62.43% done
- guile, 30.00% done
- merd, 28.86% done
- ada, 26.00% done
- tcl, 25.00% done
- ocaml, 24.71% done
- haskell, 20.86% done
- pike, 23.29% done
- java, 14.29% done
- pliant, 9.43% done
- commonlisp, 6.29% done
- c++, 3.43% done
- forth, 2.00% done
- erlang, 1.86% done
- php, 1.71% done
- R, 1.43% done
- masd, 0.57% done
- nasm, 0.29% done
You can see from this graph http://pleac.sourceforge.net/pleac_evolving.png
that both python and ruby are steadily gathering examples, and that
ocaml and pike have shown a recent spurt of activity.
The maintainer, Guillaume Cottenceau <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, is very happy to
accept perl6 versions of Perl Cookbook examples.
As soon as the first arrives he'll rename perl to perl5 and start a new
perl6 language category and start tracking contributions.
More useful golf practice for Pugs fans! There must be some Perl
Cookbook examples it can already execute...