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wxPerl - A better GUI toolkit for Perl

by gmpassos (Priest)
on Jul 24, 2002 at 03:21 UTC ( #184685=perlnews: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

If you don't know this yet, get wxPerl, is coming to be very stable and useful. wxPerl is another GUI interface, like TK. Since wxPerl is the wxWindows linked with Perl, wxWindows is much better, powerful, and stable than TK. And portable too. :-P

You are free to use it, but help us to develope it too. Mattia Barbon was making a good job, but almost alone! Don't be a new user that only want to know how to use this.

The 0.11 release is coming soon...

2006-06-17 Retitled by g0n, as per Monastery guidelines
Original title: 'wxPerl'

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Re: wxPerl - A better GUI toolkit for Perl
by osfameron (Hermit) on Jul 24, 2002 at 08:04 UTC
    Thanks for the tip. I'm not quite sure what you are announcing though (the fact that you will soon be announcing the next release? ;->).

    Maybe you could post a module review of WxPerl, or some discussion on it as compared to Tk, (e.g. to clarify your statement that it's "better, powerful, and stable than TK")?


      Mattia anunciate today: wxPerl 0.11 "soon"
      About "better, powerful, and stable than TK", I can make some text about this. But the best thing is see the features of TK and wxWindows. I tried TK during a long time, but when I saw wxPerl, the number of features, the stability, and portability of wxWindows I put TK off. I know thak a lot of peoples use TK and love it, I was one. But the problem with TK is that you can get some bugs and erros when you less spect. And wxWindows is used a long time for real Apps, not some things in GUI. "The creativity is the expression of the liberty".
      Can anybody comment on their general impressions of this toolkit? wxPerl v PerlTk. Also, if experience abounds, wxPerl v wxPython.

Re: wxPerl - A better GUI toolkit for Perl
by gmpassos (Priest) on Jul 24, 2002 at 03:27 UTC

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