Perl6::Form - Implements the Perl 6 'form' built-in River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Formats are Perl 5's mechanism for creating text templates with fixed-width fields. Those fields are then filled in using values from prespecified package variables. Unlike Perl 5, Perl 6 doesn't have a "format" keyword. Or the associated built-in fo...

DCONWAY/Perl6-Form-0.090 - 09 Jan 2019 00:23:27 GMT

Perl6::Pod - Pod6 implementation River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Pod is an evolution of Perl 5's Plain Old Documentation (POD) markup. Compared to Perl 5 POD, Perldoc's Pod dialect is much more uniform, somewhat more compact, and considerably more expressive. The Pod dialect also differs in that it is a purely des...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Roles - Perl6 roles in Perl5 River stage zero No dependents

This is an implementation of current state of Perl6 roles in Perl5. It draws very heavily from both the Class::Role and Class::Roles modules, but is backwards compatible with neither of them....

RKINYON/Perl6-Roles-0.01 - 28 Oct 2005 15:42:44 GMT

Perl6::Rules - Implements (most of) the Perl 6 regex syntax River stage zero No dependents

This module implements a close simulation of the Perl 6 rule and grammar constructs, translating them back to Perl 5 regexes via a source filter. (And hence suffers from all the usual limitations of a source filter, including the ability to translate...

DCONWAY/Perl6-Rules-0.03 - 12 Apr 2004 20:13:31 GMT

Bundle::Perl6 - A bundle to install Perl6-related modules River stage zero No dependents

This bundle defines modules that may be of interest to those discussing and implementing the Perl 6 language. Some of these are proof-of-concepts that the respective authors have implemented to show how things might work in Perl 6....

MARCEL/Bundle-Perl6-0.12 - 17 Dec 2008 12:06:48 GMT

Perl6::Gather - Implements the Perl 6 'gather/take' control structure in Perl 5 River stage zero No dependents

The Perl6::Gather module provides the same functionality in Perl 5. So we could code some of the previous examples like so: # Perl 5 code... use Perl6::Gather; print gather { for my $line (<>) { take $line if $line =~ /\D/; take -$line if some_other_...

DCONWAY/Perl6-Gather-0.42 - 23 Dec 2009 04:55:24 GMT

Perl6::Signature - Parse, query, and pretty-print Perl 6 signatures River stage zero No dependents

*Alpha release - everything here is subject to change* Perl6::Signature models routine signatures as specified in Synopsis 6 of the Perl 6 documentation. These signatures offer a rich language for expressing type constraints, default values, and the ...

GAAL/Perl6-Signature-0.04 - 23 Nov 2013 09:16:26 GMT

Perl6::Placeholders - Perl 6 implicitly declared parameters for Perl 5 River stage zero No dependents

The Perl6::Placeholders module lets you try out the new Perl 6 implicit parameter specification syntax in Perl 5. Perl 6 reserves all variables of the form "$^name" or "@^name" or "%^name" as "placeholders" that can be used to turn regular blocks int...

LPALMER/Perl6-Placeholders-0.07 - 08 Oct 2005 20:48:40 GMT

Perl6::Perldoc::Parser - Parse Perl 6's documentation mark-up language River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

This module parses text marked up with the Perl 6 Pod notation and converts it to a hierarchical object-based representation....

DCONWAY/Perl6-Perldoc-0.000013 - 28 Oct 2014 20:32:41 GMT

Perl6::Pod::Block::item - lists River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Lists in Pod are specified as a series of contiguous "=item" blocks. No special "container" directives or other delimiters are required to enclose the entire list. For example: The seven suspects are: =item Happy =item Dopey =item Sleepy =item Bashfu...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::Directive::use - handle =use directive River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Perldoc provides a mechanism by which you can extend the syntax, semantics, or content of your documentation: the =use directive. Specifying a =use causes a Perldoc processor to load the corresponding Perldoc module at that point, or to throw an exce...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::X - index entry River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Anything enclosed in an "X<>" code is an index entry. The contents of the code are both formatted into the document and used as the (case-insensitive) index entry: An X<array> is an ordered list of scalars indexed by number, starting with 0. A X<hash...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

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