Like Thomas, I'm interested in having a go, in my case I'd like to
install something I can play with. The link is appreciated but what I
was hoping for was a simple set of instructions for just installing
Perl6  (maybe I missed it--sorry) . Does such a thing exist?

Michael Mathews

On 18/05/06, A. Pagaltzis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Hallo Thomas :-),

* Thomas Wittek <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2006-05-18 20:30]:
> Would you recommend reading the synopses[1]?
> Or should I take a look at pugs-doc?

the synopses are the canonical design documentation of the Perl 6
language, to my understanding. Pugs-doc would probably be a good
place to look if you actually want to tinker in the language (at
least, in its Pugs incarnation). There's a `getting_started`[1]
in pugs-doc that should provide the sort of pointers you're after.


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