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Perl/Tk Resources

Documentation found on The CPAN

  • Tk - An overview of an Object Oriented Tk8.0 extension for perl5
  • CallingTk - what is Perl Tk interface doing when you call Tk functions.
  • perl/Tk - Writing Tk applications in perl5. (Tk::UserGuide)
  • ptksh - Perl/Tk s‎crip‎t to provide a graphical user interface for testing Perl/Tk commands and s‎crip‎ts.
  • widget - Demonstration of Perl/Tk widgets
  • Devel::ptkdb - Perl debugger using a Tk GUI

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Corion had a meeting with some startup today. They have a very interesting DB proxy product, but their tech stack is really, really weird. They use the Pg wire protocol but not the Pg libraries to handle it. They support Pg SQL syntax, but don't use ...
[Corion]: ... the Pg parser (or so they claim).
[Corion]: Also, they rolled their own user management instead of supporting LDAP for user/role management, but that just shows that they're new in the enterprise market :)
Corion also just now realizes they didn't leave business cards.
[erix]: can you drop a name? :)
[karlgoethebier]: Corion: "...didn't leave business cards" Those guys came from Muränia?

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