On 04/16/2011 05:02 PM, gvim wrote:
> Does there currently exist a set of criteria by which Perl6, or an
> implementation thereof, can be defined as "production-ready"?
No. "production-ready" is just as subjective as "good" or "fast" or
"mature" or "beautiful" or any other adjective you can think of, because
different "production" environments have different needs.
Which is why you usually don't gain much by such discussions. Instead we
tend to focus on making the language and the compilers better.