- perl, 100.00% done (naturally, since they're from the book)
- python, 63.43% done
- ruby, 62.43% done
- guile, 30.00% done
- merd, 28.86% done
- ada, 26.00% done
- tcl, 25.00% done
- ocaml, 24.71% done
- haskell, 20.86% done
- pike, 23.29% done
- java, 14.29% done
- pliant, 9.43% done
- commonlisp, 6.29% done
- c++, 3.43% done
- forth, 2.00% done
- erlang, 1.86% done
- php, 1.71% done
- R, 1.43% done
- masd, 0.57% done
- nasm, 0.29% done
You can see from this graph http://pleac.sourceforge.net/pleac_evolving.png
that both python and ruby are steadily gathering examples, and that
ocaml and pike have shown a recent spurt of activity.
The maintainer, Guillaume Cottenceau <g...@bluewin.ch>, is very happy to
accept perl6 versions of Perl Cookbook examples.
As soon as the first arrives he'll rename perl to perl5 and start a new
perl6 language category and start tracking contributions.
More useful golf practice for Pugs fans! There must be some Perl
Cookbook examples it can already execute...
Presumably people will be good and actually USE Pugs to make sure code
you send him is correct... please?
Aaron Sherman <a...@ajs.com>
Senior Systems Engineer and Toolsmith
"It's the sound of a satellite saying, 'get me down!'" -Shriekback