We discuss questions about Perl 6, how to install a compiler, proposals for small enhancements to the specification, ideas for new modules - you name it.
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perl6: my $a;will result in a test against latest revisions of rakudo and niecza,
nqp: say('foo')will test nqp,
std: my $awill parse the expression using STD.pm6. For other compilers, try "camelia: help".