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Re^3: wxPerl Tutorial one :: The basics

by Anonymous Monk
on May 29, 2014 at 00:39 UTC ( #1087745=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


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Doing this will let you create an executable with Perlapp.

*giggle* instead of working the "perlapp" program as it likes to be worked, change your source code


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Re^4: wxPerl Tutorial one :: The basics
by james28909 (Friar) on May 29, 2014 at 03:44 UTC
    i have run into another brick wall, but the gui works to a certain extent. i have a program that i am simply trying to display the md5's of all files in a directory (usually up to 25 - 30 md5s) the md5's come from a scalar "$md5" ironically lol, but im having a very hard time figuring out how to actually display that md5 in listctrl. using a listctrl i can have a column for the md5, another for the filename another for the filesize in bytes ect, please help :'( lol
        thanks
        i have moved on to win32::GUI. in your opinion @Anonymous Monk, is wxperl better or is win32::GUI better? i seem to be able to figure out win32::GUI easier but i cant find a gui builer to support it. i dont need something to build it for me anyway, i wanna do all the scripting myself :)

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