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[DRAFT] Synopsis 31: Pragmatic Modules

AUTHORS

   Tim Nelson <wayland@wayland.id.au>
   Larry Wall <larry@wall.org>

VERSION

   Created: 24 Feb 2009

   Last Modified: 24 Feb 2009
   Version: 1

The document is a draft.

If you read the HTML version, it is generated from the pod in the pugs repository under /docs/Perl6/Spec/S31-pragmatic-modules.pod so edit it there in the SVN repository if you would like to make changes.

Overview

It is a general policy in Perl 6 that any pragma designed to influence the surface behavior of a keyword is identical to the keyword itself, unless there is good reason to do otherwise. On the other hand, pragmas designed to influence deep semantics should not be named identically, though of course some similarity is good.

All floating point IEEE modes must be lexically available via pragma except in cases where that would entail heroic efforts to bypass a braindead platform.

XXX FIX: I (Tim Nelson) have no clue as to what the above entails, so the spec does not reflect this XXX

Pragmata

use autoindex -- see S09-data.pod; use bytes -- see S05-regex.pod; use chars -- see S05-regex.pod; use codes -- see S05-regex.pod; use graphs -- see S05-regex.pod; use m :foo -- see S05-regex.pod; use MONKEY_TYPING -- see S12-objects.pod; use PDL -- see S09-data.pod; use regex :foo -- see S05-regex.pod; use rule :foo -- see S05-regex.pod; use rx :foo -- see S05-regex.pod; use s :foo -- see S05-regex.pod; use self -- see S06-routines.pod; use token :foo -- see S05-regex.pod; use oo :closed :final -- see S12-objects.pod

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