Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #perl6, 2007-11-24

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10:08 jjore-m Is there any part of Perl 6 that topicalizes an invocant so it doesn't even need to be repeatedly mentioned?
10:09 jjore-m . o O ( given ( ... ) { .foo; .bar; .baz } )
10:09 jjore-m I just happen to be looking at some SmallTalk.
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12:59 pbuetow :)
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14:50 masak jjore-w: yes, I think that is the default behaviour
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17:30 Zaba hi
17:33 Zaba I wonder whether it's me being too tired, or kp6 uses some kind of grammar statement in its sources?
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20:46 lichtkind is the each operator gone?
20:49 wolverian I seem to recall so
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22:28 lichtkind wolverian:  thanks
22:29 lichtkind wolverian: im currently massively updating my tutorial
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