Posts about the Parrot virtual machine for Perl 6. Although Parrot itself is still in development, I have not used Parrot or updated these pages in quite a while.
tags → parrot
Dec 9, 2009
Parrot is more than just PIR and PASM. I’m not talking about the ability to use languages like Rakudo written for the Parrot virtual machine. I am also not talking about the ability to write your own language. Both of those are quite nifty, of course. It is fair to say that those two items are probably why you are experimenting with Parrot in the first place. However, the Parrot distribution also ships with an extra language: NQP.
Oct 2, 2009 (Updated Apr 12, 2011)
This is part 6 of Parrot Babysteps, my ongoing Parrot PIR tutorial.
This one’s a bit more bloggy than the earlier steps, but that’s just the mood I was in when writing it. You can ignore the commentary and focus on the code if that’s your preference.
Jul 11, 2009