I figure it's about time for Parrot programs to be able to look at
Parrot's configuration, so I'm trying to implement a library equivalent
to Parrot::Config. My current thoughts on implementation involve three
1. A Configure step that writes and executes a Parrot program. Said
This would guarantee that you're seeing the configuration info for the
Unfortunately, I'm being stopped before I can even start. The following
new P0, .PerlString
freeze S0, P0
If I freeze a hash, the keys are preserved, but string values are lost.
F<t/pmc/freeze.t> doesn't test freezing and thawing strings or floats.
If it's just some busywork, such as copying some code into PerlString
Oceania has always been at war with Eastasia.
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