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[perl6/specs] 6390a5: Move the design documents into the Raku era

Elizabeth Mattijsen
November 17, 2019 07:33
[perl6/specs] 6390a5: Move the design documents into the Raku era
Message ID:
  Branch: refs/heads/master
  Commit: 6390a500201b5c26512940b0920cd6e9e5111abf
  Author: Elizabeth Mattijsen <>
  Date:   2019-11-16 (Sat, 16 Nov 2019)

  Changed paths:
    M S01-overview.pod
    M S02-bits.pod
    M S03-operators.pod
    M S04-control.pod
    M S05-regex.pod
    M S06-routines.pod
    M S07-lists.pod
    M S08-capture.pod
    M S09-data.pod
    M S10-packages.pod
    M S11-modules.pod
    M S12-objects.pod
    M S13-overloading.pod
    M S14-roles-and-parametric-types.pod
    M S15-unicode.pod
    M S16-io.pod
    M S17-concurrency.pod
    M S19-commandline.pod
    M S21-calling-foreign-code.pod
    M S22-package-format.pod
    M S24-testing.pod
    M S26-documentation.pod
    M S28-special-names.pod
    M S29-functions.pod
    M S31-pragmatic-modules.pod
    M S32-setting-library/Basics.pod
    M S32-setting-library/Containers.pod
    M S32-setting-library/Exception.pod
    M S32-setting-library/IO.pod
    M S32-setting-library/Numeric.pod
    M S32-setting-library/Rules.pod
    M S32-setting-library/Str.pod
    M S32-setting-library/Temporal.pod
    M S99-glossary.pod
    M html/index.html
    M html/perl-with-historical-message.css
    M html/style.css

  Log Message:
  Move the design documents into the Raku era

This goes beyond just replacing "Perl 6" with "Raku", and "Perl 5" by "Perl".
Clearly, many of the oldes documents still assumed that Raku was going to be
another version of "Perl", hence the word "Perl" was often used without any
digit following it.  I have tried to deduce the meaning from the context and
either changed these to "Raku" (looking towards the future), or left them to
be "Perl" (when looking to the past).

I've also done this as Raku hopefully will get some more eyeballs looking at
it, and how it got designed / conceived.  Having a mix of "Perl", "Perl 5"
and "Perl 6" in there, will only cause more confusion.  Which we do *NOT*
want to have.

Errors may have been made in this editorial process.  So please do not assume
this is canon in any way!  If you think something is wrong, let us know or
even better, provide a Pull Request!

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