I would be very interested to see something that allowed Rakudo to
talk to Fortran 95.

I am going to use Fortran 95 for my thesis work, and maybe I could
write a module to give Rakudo a basic array language. Nothing fancy
like MATLAB, NumPy or PDL, but enough to try out algorithms and
prototype ideas. As it is, I'll probably use PDL or NumPy for that


On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 2:39 PM, Stefan Hornburg (Racke)
<ra...@linuxia.de> wrote:
> On 01/05/2011 02:51 PM, Gabor Szabo wrote:
>> Let me just give a probably totally irrelevant comment here.
>> I think most of the open source projects have been in use by
>> many people in production environment before the project had
>> a "production release". I guess there are still places that think
>> Linux is not good for their production environment.
>> Probably it is true for all the projects Pm mentioned but a lot of others
>> as well. I remember I was using svn from v0.32 or so. In most technologies
>> I am a very late "early adopter".
>> I believe Rakudo and Perl 6 will see a gradual increase in use as
>> they improve, get faster, have more modules etc. It will probably happen a
>> long time before any official 1.0 release will be seen. (if ever)
>> It is very frustrating that the progress is so slow and I can't yet
>> use it for my daily work.
>> It would make both my programming life and my "marketing" life a lot
>> easier if I could use Rakudo at my clients.
>> But can I seriously complain about the slow progress?
>> Have I made a lot (or any) effort to help Rakudo?
>> I wish I had some time contributing to the effort.
>> Gabor
>> http://szabgab.com/
> Maybe we should focus on porting Perl 5 modules on hackathons around
> the events and blog about the process.
> Not that I did any serious shot at Perl 6 :-!
> Regards
>          Racke
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