Slightly less basic Perl6 module management

This is meant to answer some of the reoccurring questions I've seen in #perl6 about module management. Solutions use the Perl6 package manager called Zef Q) Install a module to »

Perl6 Distribution thoughts and proposals (s22)

Currently Distribution[1] is just a glorified key/value store. After years of digesting s22[2] I'm comfortable pushing for its adaption. A common complaint is that its over engineered »

Yet Another Perl6 HTTP Client

I've had a few bits of Perl6 code in production for some basic tasks for awhile, but with rakudo growing increasingly stable I decided to give it a little more »

Parallel Testing and an Iconoclastic Pilgrimage

This is an article about Green Green is a module I wrote with the intention of replacing the well loved prove command in favor of something that can parallel test »

5 tips for writing better Perl6 modules

1. Provide a provides section Without giving a provides section in your META file, a package manager will just have to recursively grep your directories and hope that anything it »