I had just began looking at the perl6 raduko compiler and
have a question. Is perl6 actually compiled then ran similar to java or
is the script ran and then compiled at run time?
On Mar 14, 2010, at 11:09 AM, dell wrote:
> Is perl6 actually compiled then ran similar to java
> or is the script ran and then compiled at run time?
It supports either, but defaults to single-step compile-run (like Perl
I think that a transparent cache is envisioned for the future,
so that a compiled version is silently saved during the first compil...perl6-compiler
perl6-compiler is missing at http://dev.perl.org/perl6/lists/ and it
seems not to be gatewayed to nntp.perl.org. OTOH a lot of unused perl6
lists and newsgroups are there.
Finally I tried to subscribe already twice and got no answer.
http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl6.compiler -- It's there.
Correct, though, that it's not listed on the lists page...
On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 09:02:23 +0200, Leopold Toetsch <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> perl6-compiler is missing at http://dev.perl.org/perl6/lists/ and it
> seems not to be gatewayed to nntp.perl...to compile or not to compile ?
I've been dabbling with .net but am now trying to bite the bullet and learn it moving from classic asp
I am a bit confused as to wether it is 'standard' practise to 'build'
your project into dll's and upload these to the server or wether to
simply use script and upload as you would classic asp to the server.
what is 'standard' practise
is there an advantage or disadvantage to using script / compiling
What is "Standard" depends a bit upon the tool you are using.
For VS.NET 2003, compiling into a dll placed in the bin folder is the default behavior. Othe...C++ 2009 Internal Compiler Error compiling Xerces 2_8
Trying to compile Xerces 2_8, and getting an F1004 Internal Compiler
It's blowing up building XMLUTF8Transcoder.cpp at line 425.
QC entry: http://qc.codegear.com/wc/qcmain.aspx?d=67088
In article <email@example.com>,
Sean Hoffman <seanhoffREMOVE@hotmail.complease.remove.this.part>
> Trying to compile Xerces 2_8, and getting an F1004 Internal Compiler
> It's blowing up building XMLUTF8Transcoder.cpp at line 425.
> QC entry: http://qc.codegear.com/wc/qcmain.aspx?d=67088
I have so...Internal Compiler Error when compiling 1.8.0 Branch
I am working with the MOZILLA_1_8_0_BRANCH and faced some compilation issues.
Fedora Core 5
gcc version 4.1.0 20060304 (Red Hat 4.1.0-3)
Intel Celeron 1.8GHz
1GB DDR RAM
# checkout script
cvs co -r $BRANCH mozilla/client.mk
gmake -f client.mk checkout MOZ_CO_PROJECT=browser
# mozconfig file setting.
export MOZCONFIG=/hack/mozilla/mozilla/mozconfig.fi...Internal compiler error
For the project I'm working on beeing used the 6th version of C++ Builder. There were the project copies that could be compiled successfully but when I've made a new copy that's required for me I get an error with the following message:
[C++ Fatal Error] Project1.cpp(289): F1004 Internal compiler error at 0xcaff8e with base 0xc10000
I've tryed many things, I've reproduced all compiler settings but I've not succeded to cope with the problem. The error still occurs. May be I need some newer version but I'm not sure about its complete compatibility. Especialy 'ca...cannot install perl6 compiler
ok I'm trying to install rakudo-star-2010.07 which I got from git hub
and I get this error when I try to run
perl Configure.pl --gen-parrot
Reading configuration information from install/bin/parrot_config ...
Parrot revision r48225 required (currently r0)
To automatically build the version of Parrot that came with this
distribution (), try re-running Configure.pl with the
'--gen-parrot' option. Or, use the '--parrot-config' option to
explicitly specify the location of pa...Internals of AJAX toolkit
We have been using our own (non fancy) ajax framework till now. Now that Microsoft itself published these controls I thought of checking them out.
The first thing is the much talked about UpdatePanel.
I noticed when some client interaction happens the Panel actually calls the Page_Load event every time including initialization of variables. It basically loads the entire code behind page (class) instead of just calling the method which should have been written to be self sufficient like a Web Method in web services. This is like let the server reload the page but the client will get o...[svn:parrot-pdd] r32941
Date: Thu Nov 20 08:20:24 2008
New Revision: 32941
Changes in other areas also in this revision:
trunk/languages/perl6/...Compiling Perl6 code to bytecode
I recently got interested in Perl 6, installed Parrot 2.0.0 and Rakudo
2010-01. Running the code works fine:
$ cat hello.pl
say "Hello, world!"
$ parrot /usr/lib/parrot/2.0.0/languages/perl6/perl6.pbc hello.pl
However, compiling the code for later use makes problems:
$ perl6 --target=pir hello.pl > hello.pir
$ parrot /usr/lib/parrot/2.0.0/languages/perl6/perl6.pbc hello.pir
Confused at line 2, near "\"perl6\"\n\n."
in Main (file <unknown>, line <unknown>)
I tried to ask for help on #perl6 on freenode, and th...compiled vs. not-compiled
are there any benefits of having the code behinds compiled? I am not sure about the performance improvement. but I find it extremely troublesome when modifying codes.
1. If i want to modify one line of code in a 100 page project, I have to re-compile the whole project. This just doesn't make any sense.
1.1 replacing the current .dll file will reset all the sessions
1.2 vs.net does NOT automatically check in the .dll files from sourcesafe
1.21 do i have to deploy the .dll files to production folder??? there's got to be an easier way.
1.22 che...perl6-internals-unicode request
I've finally woken up and I now have 8 RFCs on Unicode handling I'm
about to throw at the librarian. While I'm perfectly happy to have them
disgust (sic.) here, I think it might be sensible to start up a WG for
discussing Unicode Things. I'm even fool enough to volunteer to chair it if
you like. What do you want to do?
 Don't tell anyone about the 26 RFCs that aren't on Unicode handling...
Old Japanese proverb:
There are two kinds of fools -- those who never climb Mt. Fuji,
and those who climb it twice.
At 09:34 AM 9/25/00 ...Internal Compiler error, Any ideas
When trying to compile a project, I get the following error:
[BCC32 Error] functional(425): F1004 Internal compiler error at 0x5fdd1cd
with base 0x5f80000
Any ideas why this has happened, and how to fix this.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Sean Farrow <email@example.com> wrote:
> [BCC32 Error] functional(425): F1004 Internal compiler error at 0x5fdd1cd
> with base 0x5f80000
> Any ideas why this has happened, and how to fix this.
This is absolutely a bug in the compiler. Which version of bcc are
you using? (bcc32 --version o...Updates to perl6/pge compiler
For those who have not been following along closely in the
Parrot repository, the languages/perl6/ directory contains
the fledgling beginnings of an entirely Parrot-based compiler
for Perl 6. It's able to parse and execute most expressions and
some simple statements, and will likely expand rapidly in the
coming days and weeks. The previous version was able to do
simple lexicals, but I'm in the process of re-working that
logic at the moment.
For those who have been following along, I've just checked in
some changes (r12488) that cause the compilation sequence to