On Wed, 13 Jul 2005, Ingo Blechschmidt wrote:
no, if I understood Larry correctly, you can of course write a nice
grammar-modifying module, but other modules you use() still use
Perl 6's standard grammar. E.g.:
Ah, then of course I would have never expected things to be different at
If you wanted the compiler to parse SomeOtherModule.pm using Ruby's
grammar, you'd have to write:
So that, after all, I don't think it would be much used since if
SomeOtherModule was thought to be parsed according to Grammar::Ruby, it
would take care of using it in the first place, I guess.
Unless, of course, SomeOtherModule could be parsed correctly -and
hopefully behave differently- under two or more different grammars, in
which case it would be funny to see the effects of, say,
which reminds me of good'ol' "GEB"...
Never attribute to malice that which
can be adequately explained by stupidity
- "Hanlon's Razor"