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Perl Gtk2 for Windowsby mmartin (Monk)
|on Jun 20, 2013 at 19:19 UTC||Need Help??|
mmartin has asked for the
wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I'm currently writing a GUI front-end for a Perl script I have which uses TCP Sockets to send XML Data to a server.
I decided to use Gtk2 since I found a lot of documentation for that one. I am writing the program on MY laptop which
runs Linux 32-bit. The front-end I'm writing will be pretty basic, but it will run on another users PC running Windows XP.
I'm pretty sure they don't have Perl already installed on their PC so I guess I may need to do that first...?
But anyway, what would be the least/most basic installation I would need in order for them to run a Gtk2 Perl script?
The person who's PC this script will run on will NOT need any development type stuff, if that makes a difference in the
amount of files that need installing, since I don't think they even know what programming is lol...
So basically I ONLY need to install whatever is required for them to run the program once I'm finished...
Any thoughts or suggestion would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks in Advance,