Raku Enterprise Tools
Raku is designed along the same lines as Perl, letting you write code the way you want to. Corporations sometimes have a different mindset, and want code written by different people to look the same. This way new people can be brought up-to-speed on a given code base quicker.
We propose a set of CLI tools that will let users:
- Parse Raku code into an AST and reconstruct the original code from that tree.
- Walk said AST tree to make certain that the parsed code meets corporate standards as specified in a configuration file.
- Edit said AST tree in order to make the code compliant with the corporate standards.
- Command-line script to parse and “dump” AST of a small Raku file to the terminal, formatting optional.
- Modules will compile and be at least of alpha (v0.1) quality.
- Modules will have at least non-trivial documentation.
- Modules will be built with App::Mi6 and will be released to the CPAN ecosystem.
- Modules will have a non-trivial test suite which parses basic Raku expressions
- Familiarity with Raku and its grammars.
- Ability to learn on-the-fly appreciated.
- Experience writing at least one of:
- Experience with at least one of:
- flex / bison
- lex / yacc
Medium to Advanced
- Jeffrey Goff (email@example.com, GitHub), DrForr on Freenode, irc.perl.org