On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 3:09 AM, Francesco Rivetti wrote:
> you don't change the type of a variable. instead you use a type which is
> "broader" and accept any object type.
This; and if you didn't specify a type, the type is Any. Which is not quite
the root of the class/type
On 22. mars 2017 06:59, ToddAndMargo wrote:
So, unless I specifically declare a variable as a
particular type, I can change its "type" on the fly.
you don't change the type of a variable. instead you use a type which is
"broader" and accept any object type.
e.g.: you can assign 123 to an
True in theory: the meta data for different modules, such as version and
In practice: so far as I know, (1) :auth is ignored, (2) the ecosystem
has no 'top-level' mechanism
a) a new environment is being created, so all modules should be the most
I've been googling a bunch but can't find diddly for creating ncurses style
interactive terminals in Perl 6.
Sorry for such a vague question, but are there built-in modules for such a
thing, and if so, what is it called so I can dive through the docs?
Looks like you already found the dependency that is failing:
The original module doesn't have a bug queue, and I don't think we
have a community solution to authors that don't have bugqueues.
(except to kindly ask them to enable them)
On Tue, Mar 28,
Oh I see now.
On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 10:17 PM, Will Coleda wrote:
> Not directly, but: Crypt::Bcrypt's build depends on Crypt::Random -
> And Crypt::Random depends on if -
Thanks for the quick reply.
That looks like a similar issue, but as I can see Crypt::Bcrypt does
not depend on 'if'.
It has this bug on its own :)
On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 9:45 PM, Will Coleda wrote:
> Looks like you already found the dependency that is failing: