In Perl 6 every block acts as a try exception if there is a CATCH block in it. Inside the CATCH block one can use a default block to catch all the exceptions.
Another release of Rakudo Star. Let's see how can we get start using it on Mac OSX.
It can be interesting to do operations on existing data structures in Perl 6, but without Input and Output, that would have limited usability in the real world.
Therefore reading from files is a critical operation.
After a break of several months, I rebuild Rakudo on the server, a few days ago, and regenerated the Perl 6 Maven pages. This promptly broke the site. The fix was easy, and as expected the bug was mine.
Today I decided to try Rakudo on my Windows machine as well, but I went for the easy route and installed the pre-built msi file.