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Re: PerlQt on Windows

by runrig (Abbot)
on Nov 16, 2011 at 16:02 UTC ( #938405=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to PerlQt on Windows

In one of the reviews, it says:

it relies on Alien::SmokeQt but does not mention it as a prerequisite.

Does that help?

Or you can also advise me other ways how to add GUI to my Perl progs...

There are plenty of GUI toolkits to choose from. See (GUI) Windows Programming FAQ


Comment on Re: PerlQt on Windows
Re^2: PerlQt on Windows
by Lion-Tiger (Novice) on Nov 17, 2011 at 00:26 UTC
    Alien::SmokeQt also fails to install with the same problem - can't find cmake installed.
    I tried to install PerlQt from old windows distrbution, but it says it needs Qt-3.dll and I think some other dlls.
    Tried to install through cpan and myself from sources, but the problem is that it needs to run "configure" file to make all work, but we can't write in cmd "./configure"
    It's only for Unix systems...

    I can't believe no one wanted to write GUI for Perl apps with Qt and on Windows...

      Alien::SmokeQt also fails to install with the same problem - can't find cmake installed.

      Maybe you should read and edit Makefile.PL

      That of course requires you to stop trying to install it as-is directly from cpan

      I can't believe no one wanted to write GUI for Perl apps with Qt and on Windows...

      I'm not :) It appears the current maintainer is unaware of cpan-testers or ppm (and probably perlport)

      Kobesearch says there is some version of Qt available from the bribes dot org repository ( perl/ppm/PerlQt.ppd ), but doesn't look very useful, as it appears to be missing lots of files (hello doesn't run, missing QColor.pm)

      It appears to be the version from PerlQt sourceforge project

      That version might be available via cygwin

      In any case, there are hours and hours of work in this, for a maybe

      Ok, I'll look more in that way, but after a deeper look at Qt features, I'd rather prefer combination of Perl and Java, mainly because of Swing components and it's neat layout system...
      Anyway thanks! ;)

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