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How useful is the Perl6 Rules Parser in a strictly Perl5 environment? Can I use it in place of Damian's merely-proof-of-concept "Perl6::Rules" module?

merlyn: I'd like to use it in production as well in the near future -- it's far more robust, as it doesn't rely on Perl 5's regex engine for backtracking.

When fglock gets back to #perl6 next week, I'll see if we can package it up as Perl6::Rules::Iterative or something like that, and put it on CPAN.

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