Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #parrot, 2014-12-14

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10:44 FROGGS__ rurban: what does "[cage]" mean?
11:58 rurban Coke came up with the cage term. compiler warnings, incompat's and such
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13:39 rurban we even have a --cage Configure.PL option, with more compiler warnings, like -pedantic
14:53 Coke I don't think it was me. kid51? particle?
14:53 Coke cage == "clean the parrot's cage"
15:00 FROGGS__ ahh :o)
15:15 rurban interesting. maybe kid51
15:15 kid51 looking
15:15 kid51 I was certainly a cage-cleaner, but the concept was introduced by petdance
15:16 kid51 And it may have been him who introduced that Configure.pl option
15:16 Coke I'd buy that.
15:17 kid51 No, it was Paul Cochrane.
15:17 kid51 git show efd9dcb6
15:17 kid51 Andy introduced the concept; Paul implemented a lot of it
15:18 kid51 That --cage option is focused on the C level; my work was more on the Perl level
15:23 rurban Technically it's there to catch more undefined behavior, and make -O3 more stable. esp. on weird compilers
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