True. Although, I would say that for those who only want to tinker with the language, this might be the most convenient way to do so. I have already started to work with it and I am liking what I am seeing.
On 5/19/06, James Peregrino <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
At this stage, are binaries even worth it? Judging from my lurking on #perl6, things are moving so fast that anything but a regular nightly-built binary would be too out of date. Seems like svn is the way to go. -James At 11:58 AM -0400 5/19/06, Chris Yocum wrote: >Hi All, > I just wanted to let you know that there are some Windows >binaries of Pugs avaliable from Jonathan Worthington >(<http://www.jwcs.net/~jonathan/perl6/>http://www.jwcs.net/~jonathan/perl6/). > They seem to be a bit out of >date (last update was at Monday, 10-Apr-2006 05:29:30 CDT) but should >get you started. > >Regards, >Chris -- -- James Peregrino - http://people.dce.harvard.edu/~peregrin/business-card.html