Funny you should bring it up, I just started investigating wxPerl yesterday. I asked the CB for a GUI that supports a web browser-like control (like the IE-thingy for VB), and wxPerl was recommended. In fact, was it you, Jouke, that recommended it to me?
Either way, I noticed you got the wxPerl developer to cough up those samples over on SourceForge, and for that I'm very grateful! (I was really stuck!)
I was a little surprised at the lack of nodes here that had anything to do with wxPerl. So far it seems like a pretty friendly GUI setup, and there should be more coverage of it. I'll contribute my stuff once it's working...
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