Am Dienstag, den 15.09.2009, 16:46 +0200 schrieb Carl Mäsak: > Tim (>), Carl (>>), Tim (>>>): > >> > I'd be grateful for feedback on any of the slides, but I'm especially > >> > interested in updates for: > >> > > >> > page 73 - Perl 6 implementations > >> > I've added Mildew, with links, to the SMOP line > >> > anything I should add / change / remove? > >> > What's the status of KindaPerl6? > >> > >> I think Elf could very well be added to those. > >> > >> > page 77 - quantity of code writen in Perl 6 > >> > are there any other significant perl6 codebases? > >> > >> Again, Elf is a nice, large example. :) > > > > Got a url? (I've not been keeping up with perl6 as much as I'd like) > > This one here seems a good introduction: <http://perl.net.au/wiki/Elf>. > > >> Depending on what you mean by significant, I'd also like to direct > >> your attention towards SVG::Plot, proto, Gamebase, CSV, Druid, Form, > >> HTTP::Daemon, Perl6::SQLite and Web.pm. All of those can be downloaded > >> via proto. > > > > I'd really appreciate a list of "significant" perl6 projects, with a > > few words of description of each, that I could put on a slide. > > (Similar to the "Many gems on CPAN ..." on page 18.) > > > > The goal being to give a sense that there are "significant" projects > > being implemented in perl6. > > The list I gave above was my subjective, somewhat hasty traversal of > projects.list, filtering on what I consider significant (meaning that > people use it today or it holds some promise). Here's the same list, > with a one-sentence (also subjective) description of each project:
Some XML related stuff: XML parser: http://github.com/fperrad/xml/ Tree manipulation: http://github.com/wayland/Tree/tree/master > SVG::Plot > Draw bar charts, line charts and pie charts in SVG. > proto > Install Perl 6 projects, painlessly. > Gamebase > Create games with animated 2D sprites. > CSV > Read .csv files. > Druid > Play a connection game which grows upwards. > Form > Format text nicely à la Exigesis 7. > HTTP::Daemon > Make a web server. > Perl6::SQLite > Interact with an SQLite database. > Web.pm > Create web applications with powerful tools. > > It's entirely possible that I've forgotten some important module > above, so don't hesitate to pipe up if one comes to mind. > > // Carl Raphael.