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Re^2: Perl Simple Games Pack

by sir_lichtkind (Friar)
on Sep 19, 2008 at 12:41 UTC ( #712514=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Perl Simple Games Pack
in thread Perl Simple Games Pack

Interesting, but I really thought about the games that are already implemented in Perl. Shure the list on this TCL site looks impressive, but my idea was not to have A games pack qith a Purlsticker on it, but to release THESE games. Because when they are used more widely this also will spur theyr developement. What i envision is a nice layouted window, almost like HTML where you can see all the games at once with links to description and links to start the game.


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Re^3: Perl Simple Games Pack
by vkon (Deacon) on Sep 19, 2008 at 13:19 UTC
    once again, the "tkgamepack.kit" is indeed HTML-like looking Tk app with clickable links that start a game or demo, and this coincides with your envision :)

    Back to the topic, Perl will never have such a collection of games, because Tk is not its domain, unlike Tcl/Tk, which is born to be GUI-enabled.

    Have you tried running this "tkgamepack.kit"?
    its really impressive.

      not yet, but it seems to be worth a closer look. But I really think we have slightly different intentions. I would be very happy if we had 10 or 15 Games, which is the number i counted so far.

      And as i said i do lot of WxPerl and know that do GUI in Perl is n0t that hard.

      Kephra, a beautiful Perl Editor lives at http://kephra.sourceforge.net

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