On Thu, May 18, 2006 at 03:29:38PM -0700, David Romano wrote: > On 5/18/06, Michael Mathews <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > >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? > What OS are you using? I'm using OS X. I installed subversion, > installed Haskell and the other necessary libraries for Haskell to > build pugs, checked out the latest from the SVN repository (I think > it's http://svn.openfoundry.org/pugs/), and built it. There's an > INSTALL file in the root directory that explains things more.
Is there such a thing as an idiots' guide to getting Pugs working on OS X? Cos every time I try, some missing library or whatever trips me up. -- David Cantrell | A machine for turning tea into grumpiness Planckton: n, the smallest possible living thing