by Tony O’Dell Hello, world! This article is a lot about fez and how you can get started writing your first module and making it available to other users. Presuming you have rakudo and zef installed, install fez! Make sure that the last line is in your $PATH so the next set of commands all run smoothly. Now we can start writing the actualContinue reading “Day 23 – The Life of Raku Module Authoring”
And if you’re in doubt yet whether Santa was really overloaded last year, just check out the advent calendar of 2020. That’s why back then I fetched out an old, dusty reddish-white cap, pulled it over my ears and started a small home-brew project to help my wife in her job.
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”
Santa has a cloud-based application that helps him to deliver the gifts to the children. Once the gifts have been delivered Santa registers the delivery operation through the deliveries.log file. Just after the inspector elves review this log file comparing it with the list of children to ensure that all the children have received correctlyContinue reading “Day 2 – Rotation of Log files in a nutshell”
As a Raku Programming Language module developer, you are sometimes surprised by the tools that you use. In this case, yours truly was surprised by a recent update of the excellent App::Mi6 tool by Shoichi Kaji. After an upgrade, it started adding a .github/workflows/test.yml file to new distributions. And this in turn caused Github to test the distribution after each commit using GithubContinue reading “Day 13 – Helping the Github Action elves”
Sparrow is a Raku automation framework which could be easily integrated with many other programming languages. So if you come from no knowledge of the Raku language – you’re welcome. In this post I’ll show you have one can effectively mix Bash scripts and Raku language using Sparrow. The idea of Sparrow – to chooseContinue reading “Day 7: Mixing Bash and Raku Using Sparrow”