SPUG: Perl URLs?
Daniel.Pommert at verizonwireless.com
Thu Feb 7 10:34:58 CST 2002
Thanks, these URLs helped with the Perl 6 question.
But, actually, I was interested in a list (with descriptions) of URLs so
that I could beef up my Perl Favorites/Bookmarks folder with useful and
interesting places for Perl in general.
Any further suggestions?
-- Daniel Pommert
From: Colin Meyer [mailto:cmeyer at helvella.org]
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2002 3:50 PM
To: Pommert, Daniel
Cc: 'spug-list at pm.org'
Subject: Re: SPUG: Perl URLs?
On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 02:12:08PM -0800, Pommert, Daniel wrote:
> I was just wondering what the status of Perl 6 was. So, I decided to look
> on the Web when I realized that I didn't have the current URLs. Is it
> perl.com, perl.org, perlmonger.org, etc?
> Could someone(s) post a current list of URLs (beyond
> http://www.seattleperl.org <http://www.seattleperl.org> , of course!) that
> are useful references for Perl, along with a brief description of each?
For Perl6, a good reference point is: http://dev.perl.org/perl6/
For information on what the language will be like, read the Apocalypses
For info on the bytecode interpreter (and eventually the Perl6 compiler,
as well as other parrot bytecode target compilers), check
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