Perl 6
Documentation: Revision 2
^^^ General docs

* [Glossary of Perl 6 Terms and Jargon].
* Official Perl 6 Documentation (Which means, documentation that is officially bundled with Perl 6 builds and releases.)
** Title Page and Contents, which points to official docs, but doen't appear to be part of official docs (<>)
** "Perl 6 Synopses"<> (This is the official Perl 6 specification, which supersedes the apocalypses and exegeses, and which is bundled with Perl 6 builds. The rapidly growing Perl 6 test base is another {very important, complementary, and emerging} part of the Perl 6 specification as well.)
** Perl 6 Docs (<>)
** Perl 6 Cookbook (<>)
** Perl 6 examples (<>)
** Perl 6 tests, which can serve as additional examples (<>)
** Perl 6 FAQ, very limited, but has sections on captures and FUD (<>)
* Perl 6 Community Development Server (<>)
* "Perl's Official Home Page"<> (at
** Perl 6 Development Info (<>)
** Perl 6 FAQ, a bit dated (<>)
** Who's Who in Perl 6, parrot, & Pugs (<>)
* "Another Perl 6 Wiki"<> (For a long time, the Perl 6 Wiki at was the best general introduction to Perl 6, and was a great point of departure to other Perl 6 resources around the web. It's still worth checking out.)
** "Perl 6 Tutorial"<>
** "Perl 6 Users FAQ"<> (The initial large batch of text and links on this Wiki originally came from this FAQ. The folks there deserve much thanks for "Wikifying" my original ugly ASCII Perl 6 Users FAQ, which was compiled for the inaguration of perl.perl6.users.)
* Most of the information on getting started can be found on this "getting started"<> page. You may also find the following links useful:
** Debian Linux (guide in "English"<>, "German"<>).
** "Ubuntu Linux"<>.
* Russian language "Perl 6 website"<>.

^^ Diagnostics

* [Pugs Diagnostics] documents diagnostic messages generated by Pugs

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