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Re: wxPerl - A better GUI toolkit for Perl

by osfameron (Hermit)
on Jul 24, 2002 at 08:04 UTC ( #184729=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to wxPerl - A better GUI toolkit for Perl

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")?

Cheerio!
Osfameron
http://osfameron.perlmonk.org/chickenman/


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Re: Re: wxPerl - A better GUI toolkit for Perl
by gmpassos (Priest) on Jul 24, 2002 at 20:00 UTC
    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".
Re^2: wxPerl - A better GUI toolkit for Perl
by Tobin Cataldo (Monk) on Jun 16, 2006 at 16:02 UTC
    Can anybody comment on their general impressions of this toolkit? wxPerl v PerlTk. Also, if experience abounds, wxPerl v wxPython.

    Tobin

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