Updating the Rakudo package
daniel.dehennin at baby-gnu.org
Sat May 9 19:08:53 UTC 2015
Jonas Linde <jonas.linde at init.se> writes:
> Hello everybody!
> Of the different programming languages I've used, Perl is the only one
> that is truly fun to work with.
> Since Perl6 was announced 15 years ago I've been eagerly waiting and
> have been starting to use it more in the last year. I was recently
> involved in a discussion about whether Perl6 was released or not and a
> criteria that came up was the existens of a Debian package. As I'm
> also a long time Debian user I thought it would be a good idea to help
> out keeping the packages up to date.
> My goals in this would be to spread the use of Perl6 by making sure
> that the principal compiler is easliy available to Debian users. I
> also believe that my employer would actually sponsor this work which
> means that I won't have to be distracted by other paying work.
> I'm really looking forward to get started on this!
We have MoarVM in NEW queue.
Yesterday, I tried to compile nqp-m 2014.04, so against MoarVM 2014.04,
but some tests fail, I then saw that Dominique Dumont already made the
So now, it seems we are waiting for a libtommath update.
NB: I manage to build nqp-j against default-jdk, it's just horribly
slow, the nqp tests was
- MoarVM 14 wallclock secs
- JVM 491 wallclock secs
But all the tests pass on the JVM.
NB2: I think we need some talk about the management of sources, for
example the update of upstream source as describe by Paul can be
simplified with git-buildpackage:
nqp(master=) gbp import-origin --uscan --merge
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