On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 10:09:35PM +0200, Marc Chantreux wrote: > hello, > > i'm writing an article on Perl6 and i would like some facts to reassure > early adopters. according to the test suite and the will of Perl6 > implentors, what proportion (in %) of Perl6 can be concidered as stable? > what are the parts that are not ? any link ?
I'd say around half of what's in the synopses is considered stable. Also, about half of it is implemented. These two halves overlap considerably, a large majority of the features which you can use today will be around next year. We have a couple dozen modules and applications, they do require periodic tweaks to keep running, but we're past the point where they need periodic rewrites. -Stefan (implementor, Niecza project)
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