Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #perl11, 2015-05-04

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08:18 travis-ci RPerl build passed. Will Braswell says 'Generator, Perl Ops Perl Types, Array Ref Part 1'
08:18 travis-ci http://travis-ci.org/wbraswell/rperl/builds/61114122 https://github.com/wbraswell/rperl/compare/7acb87172566...537c07132d37
08:50 willthechill yay!
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18:59 ToApolytoXaos greetings willthechill. any progress thus far?
19:05 willthechill ToApolytoXaos: hello sir!  I'm preparing for calculus final exams on weds and just finished my take-home calculus test at midnight, BUT I did get some work done on arrayref generating after midnight!  :)
19:05 willthechill will probably be low on the production scale until after final exams
19:05 ToApolytoXaos brilliant
19:05 willthechill then I'll kick into high gear to get the code generator done and v1.0 out the door once and for all!  :D
19:05 ToApolytoXaos no worries mate
19:06 ToApolytoXaos good luck with your exams
19:06 willthechill haha yeah thanks, I'll need it, this stuff is not easy for me!  :P
19:06 ToApolytoXaos i screwed badly with Calculus I & II
19:06 ToApolytoXaos too many formulas to remember :S
19:06 willthechill yes too many formulas is right!
19:07 willthechill I would call this class "Calculus V" because it comes after Differential Equations, which itself comes after Calculus III
19:07 willthechill plus all the physics classes are calculus-heavy anyway, haha!  *headache*
19:19 ToApolytoXaos O.o
19:20 ToApolytoXaos i forgot about the nuclear-astro-NASA-NFL-nanotechnologi-calculo-physics of yours
20:07 willthechill haha yes it keeps me busy!  :)
20:07 willthechill I am NOT currently planning to take any summer classes, so that should help with RPerl development
20:09 ToApolytoXaos awesome
20:11 ToApolytoXaos so in other words, i could use Inline::CPP and compile any C++ project of mine back to Perl thanks to its XS mechanism?
20:13 willthechill haha no not really
20:13 willthechill Inline::CPP requires a very specific input syntax
20:13 willthechill Inline::CPP enables a subset of C++
20:14 willthechill which is indirectly related to how RPerl enables a subset of Perl 5
20:14 willthechill specifically, the RPerl implements a subset of Perl 5 which can be compiled into the subset of C++ which Inline::CPP enables
20:14 willthechill so the 2 language subsets match
20:14 willthechill that is the "critical connecting bridge" of RPerl, one might say
20:14 ToApolytoXaos a total chaos :s
20:20 ToApolytoXaos so, if you use a subset of C++, it means you are not pushing it to its limits, correct?

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