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From:
Parrot Raiser
Date:
March 3, 2020 21:41
Subject:
Re: Rakudo Star v2020.01
Message ID:
CACwLAp8cSyfq7gB_g_6q5kVxMVYJY_B5xW1UW3NX66enJcgEtA@mail.gmail.com
I've managed to download 2020.01, and run it with an explicit path,
but the directory structure that my script used to follow, is broken
in some way.  (I'll investigate further, to see if I can spot the
change, but a required directory tree might help me find it, if you
could provide one.)

A fair number of references to "perl6" remain in the directories. How
many references have to be untangled before it is consistently
"rakudo"?

On 2/19/20, JJ Merelo <jjmerelo@gmail.com> wrote:
> Great work, and thanks, Patrick.
>
> El mié., 19 feb. 2020 a las 20:46, Patrick Spek via perl6-users (<
> perl6-users@perl.org>) escribió:
>
>> Hi everyone!
>>
>> Just now I've sent an announcement to perl6-compilers@perl.org, to
>> notify people that I've made a first non-rc release of Rakudo Star. For
>> those of you that use Rakudo Star, this may be a good time to try out
>> the latest version! The files are available from https://dist.tyil.nl:
>>
>> - https://dist.tyil.nl/raku/rakudo-star/rakudo-star-2020.01.tar.gz
>> - https://dist.tyil.nl/raku/rakudo-star/rakudo-star-2020.01.tar.gz.asc
>> -
>> https://dist.tyil.nl/raku/rakudo-star/rakudo-star-2020.01.tar.gz.checksums.txt
>>
>> I've not had many people to test things, but the rakudo spectest
>> succeeds on all my machines, and I've been using it on my own machines
>> for a couple weeks now, so I have no reason not to believe this release
>> will work.
>>
>> Do note, however, that I only use, and therefore test, on GNU+Linux.
>> This release does *not* contain a .msi (for Windows users) or a .dmg
>> (for Mac users). If anyone would like to help out by building those
>> files, please do not hesitate to reach out!
>>
>> If you have any questions on how to install this (on GNU+Linux or
>> otherwise), please reply to the mailing list and I (or other people,
>> especially for Windows and Mac users) will do my (or our) best to help
>> you out.
>>
>> Any feedback on how to best communicate these releases is also very
>> much appreciated.
>>
>> Lastly, I do not have access to the sources of https://rakudo.org/ (as
>> far as I'm aware), and can therefore not update that website to mirror
>> the release files, nor update its documentation. If anyone knows who to
>> contact for this, please let me know.
>>
>> --
>> With kind regards,
>>
>> Patrick Spek
>>
>>
>> www:  https://www.tyil.nl/
>> mail: p.spek@tyil.nl
>> pgp:  1660 F6A2 DFA7 5347 322A  4DC0 7A6A C285 E2D9 8827
>>
>> social: https://soc.fglt.nl/tyil
>> git:    https://gitlab.com/tyil/
>>
>
>
> --
> JJ
>

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