kikuchiyo has asked for the
wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I used Camelbox on several Windows machines to deploy my GUI applications. I like it because it works as advertised: a complete, ready-to-use Perl build for Win32, bundled with a working Gtk2-Perl installation.
However, I noticed that the last version to be downloaded is from 2009 (with Perl 5.10.0). Hence the question in the title. Or to phrase it less bluntly: if I wanted to install Perl with Gtk2 support on a Windows machine today, could I continue to rely on Camelbox (in hope that it will be supported in the future), or should I begin to look for an alternative solution?