2020.45 Cro Serviced

In almost a weekly event, Jonathan Worthington has just announced the 0.8.4 release of Cro, the Raku Programming Language’s set of libraries for building reactive distributed systems. What yours truly actually finds amazing, is that apart from the people of Edument, this release has contributions by 9 Raku community members, indicating a growing user base.

And it’s a 100!

Arne Sommer is celebrating their 100th Raku blog post with an extensive multi-part blog post covering 100 different sequences: from Arithmetic, Geometric, Primes and Fibonacci, Palindrome and every Tom, Dick and Harry (/r/rakulang comments). A recommended read!

Grant Proposals!

The Grants Committee is again accepting Raku grant proposals! So if you have an idea that could benefit from financial support, be sure to submit your proposal!

Adventing around the corner

It’s almost that time of the year again: Raku Advent Blog Post Time! Be sure to submit your ideas for an Advent post and make sure there’s a slot available for you.

A smaller bouquet

This week still saw some nice blog posts again:

Weekly Challenge

Weekly Challenge #86 is available for your perusal. And a full review of Raku solutions of Weekly Challenge #83 was made by Andrew Shitov.

Core Developments

  • Weeks of work by Stefan Seifert, fixing problems with interning of parametrics, was finally merged.
  • Timo Paulssen fixed an issue in MoarVM with missing symbols on some compilers on Windows.
  • Elizabeth Mattijsen made sure that Daylight Saving Time changes are correctly handled in $*TZ and DateTime objects of long-running processes, and fixed an issue in matching Junctions.
  • Christian Bartolomäus fixed an issue with setting shapes on arrays on the JVM backend.
  • Samantha McVey tweaked Unicode testing.
  • And some smaller fixes and improvements.

This week’s new Pull Requests:

Please check them out and leave any comments that you may have!

Questions about Raku

Meanwhile on Twitter

Meanwhile on the mailing-list

Comments about Raku

New Raku Modules

Updated Raku Modules

Winding down

In a week that appeared dominated by counting, it is good to see at least 18 community members being able to either create a new Raku module, or improve existing Raku modules. Be sure to stay healthy and stay safe! There will be more news about the Raku Programming Language next week!

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