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so, after a bit of work, my first Gtk-Perl application is
ready. as i've said before, i had taken ZZamboni's code
(along with a few bits from swiftone's posted version)
and made some changes to create my own version. i now have
my version working pretty well and i have created a pretty
complete Gtk+ frontend and a minimal terminal frontend for
monitoring (no posting).
it is available
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