Yep, I knew what you meant! I'm in the process of writing this up right now, assuming I can finish compiling Haskell sometime this week (it ain't exactly a fast compile, hrmph).
--Michael Mathews <onperl.org> On 21/05/06, James Peregrino <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
You folks took me too literally :) I meant: Given a system without pugs/parrot/haskell (I assume perl5 is required), what are the things you need to install so that you can say perl6 -e "say 'hello world'" i.e. tar xf ghc.tar.gz ./configure make make install tar xf parrot.tar.gz make make test make install tar xf pugs.tar.gz perl Makefile.PL make make test make install vi hello.p6 #!/usr/local/bin/pugs say "hello world"; Naturally it's much more complicated than that (choosing binary distributions, whether to get a source ball or svn, whether to run make test, etc). But new users might not know that perl6=pugs right now and haskell is needed. And where parrot fits in... -james