Day 9 – Raku code coverage

Although I love using Raku, the fact that it is still a relatively young language means that there is a fair amount that is lacking when it comes to tooling, etc. Until recently, this included a way to calculate code coverage: how much of the code in a library is exercised (=covered) by that library’sContinue reading “Day 9 – Raku code coverage”

Day 12: That Raku feeling

When we talk about measuring time, we could be thinking of a number of different ways to measure a number of different things. But in principle, I suppose we could group them into two large categories: We could be measuring the time that has passed in relation to some previous event, to see for exampleContinue reading “Day 12: That Raku feeling”