Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #perl11, 2016-05-18

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01:53 willthechill joined #perl11
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07:04 travis-ci RPerl build passed. Will Braswell says 'Learning RPerl, Warnings & Errors, Part 5'
07:04 travis-ci https://travis-ci.org/wbraswell/rperl/builds/131048095 https://github.com/wbraswell/rperl/compare/477775d6c361...87c5f27f337b
08:28 willthechill yay!
13:21 dcmertens joined #perl11
13:21 dcmertens good morning! I have a question about rperl
13:21 dcmertens when I type in the "simple RPerl program"
13:22 dcmertens http://rperl.org/learning_rperl.html#Section_1.22%3A_A_Simple_RPerl_Program
13:22 dcmertens I get an error
13:23 dcmertens ‘to_number’ was not declared in this scope
13:24 dcmertens that is generated with `rperl -D arithmetic.pl`
13:24 dcmertens Note that if I run `perl arithmetic.pl`, I get a similar warning
13:24 dcmertens Undefined subroutine &main::to_number
13:25 dcmertens commenting out the lines involving $baz, the program runs fine with `perl arithmetic.pl`
13:25 dcmertens with `rperl arithmetic.pl`, I got a boatload of warnings about "uninitialized value in hash element"
13:25 dcmertens so......
13:26 dcmertens is this a bug in rperl, or the docs? Should I file something at https://github.com/wbraswell/rperl/issues?
13:27 willthechill joined #perl11
13:28 dcmertens hello willthechill
13:28 dcmertens you are just the person I was looking for
13:28 dcmertens :=)
13:29 dcmertens I just finished asking a question. It's probably easiest to check the irclog
13:40 willthechill dcmertens: I am going offline now to go downtown to man the Perl booth at OSCON, I will be back online shortly
13:40 dcmertens sounds good
13:40 dcmertens o/
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14:30 willthechill joined #perl11
14:31 willthechill dcmertens: I'm here!  :)
14:32 dcmertens excellent!
14:32 * dcmertens pulls up terminal again
14:37 willthechill I am reading your question now
14:41 dcmertens sure, take your time
14:43 willthechill I am also setting up the Perl booth at OSCON  ;)
14:43 willthechill sorry for my delayed response time
14:43 dcmertens n/p, I'm not in a terrible rush
14:44 willthechill okay good deal
15:09 willthechill dmartens: I think your issue may be be solved in the latest github code
15:09 willthechill do you know how to uninstall and/or disable your current RPerl install, and switch over to the github code?
15:10 dcmertens I know how to work with development code, if that's what you mean
15:10 dcmertens I'll pull the latest github stuff and experiment in there
15:11 willthechill okay great, let me know if it works please  :-)
15:13 * dcmertens is running the test suite...
15:26 dcmertens FYI, t/09_interpret_execute.t has a test failure on 32-bit Ubuntu 15.10
15:26 dcmertens not ok 17 - Program interprets and executes without errors:          /home/dcmertens-perl/projects/rperl/blib/lib/RPerl/Test/Operator05BitwiseNegation/program_01_good.pl
15:27 dcmertens I'd give the output of that test, but I'm not entirely sure how to run it
15:28 dcmertens I'm studying t/09 at the moment
15:31 dcmertens willthechill, is there a simple recipe for running RPerl/Test/Operator05BitwiseNegation/program_01_good.pl on the command-line so I can nopaste its output somewhere?
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17:21 dcmertens I would appreciate if somebody could let willthechill know that the example program works properly under RPerl from git
17:21 dcmertens o/

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