We precompile modules using a command line option like in: 'perl6
--target=mbc --output=foo.pm.moarvm'.
Though, since this is for modules, only this incantation will work:
'perl6 -I. -Mfoo -e1'

We are working on creating executables such as 'foo.exe' from a given
Perl 6 script, though I expect that this takes a few months before this
feature lands.
These executable would contain the Perl 6 interpreter, and the
precompiled script in one file.

Am 18.05.2015 um 14:28 schrieb Tom Browder:
> I found some discussion of such a capability on the Perl Mongers' site
> but haven't found anything official yet in the Synopses. 
> But I did find there an option that might do something related:
> --output-format (which is implementation defined).  However, I do not
> see that option in Rakudo Perl 6.
> Can anyone point me to more info or say yes or no to possible support
> of a save-compilation feature?
> Thanks.
> Cheers!
> -Tom

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