|By:||Herbert Breunung (lichtkind) from Bicycle.pm, Propaganda.pm|
|Date:||Not scheduled yet.|
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How to write a module in Perl 6? Providing functionality requires a different mindset than just using it. Internally Perl 6 is a much bigger and more formalized system. If you want your module to integrate nicely there is a lot of methods to provide. There are also a lot defaults to commit to. And having trained habits of writing Perl 5 can lead you in some nasty traps. So lets laugh about my mistakes and don't repeat them.