2022.12 Releasomatic

Justin DeVuyst has done it again: the Rakudo Compiler Release 2022.03 is now available, binary releases have been made available by Patrick Böker, and the Linux packages by Claudio Ramirez should also be available soon. No exciting new features, mostly maintenance and some nice-to-haves this time.

Did You Know?

That in the Raku Programming Language you can create character classes that exclude certain characters? For instance, the character class <[\d]-[7]> would accept all numeric values, except 7. In natural language: create a character class by starting with <[ consisting of all numeric values \d] except a characters class -[ consisting of 7, ending the character class with ]> .

Weeklies

Weekly Challenge #157 is available for your perusal.

New Pull Requests

Core Developments

  • Daniel Green fixed an issue with allocation of CStrs with NativeCall.
  • Elizabeth Mattijsen made the “day” parameter of Date and DateTime accept a * or *-1 expression to count from the end of the month.
  • Patrick Böker removed some Windows-y bits from usage instructions of precompiled release archives.
  • Stefan Seifert fixed an issue with the install-dist.raku script, and fixed an issue with resources in the CUR::Staging module.
  • And some smaller tweaks and fixes.

Questions about Raku

Meanwhile on Twitter

Comments about Raku

Updated Raku Modules

Winding down

This week the Rakudo Weekly News continues to show the Ukrainian flag 🇺🇦 in support of the people in Ukraine, and any other people who are trying to make an end to the war in Ukraine. Слава Україні!  Героям слава!

Please stay safe, stay healthy and keep up the good work!

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