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If you don't know this yet, get wxPerl, is coming to be very stable and useful. wxPerl is another GUI interface, like TK. Since wxPerl is the wxWindows linked with Perl, wxWindows is much better, powerful, and stable than TK. And portable too. :-P

You are free to use it, but help us to develope it too. Mattia Barbon was making a good job, but almost alone! Don't be a new user that only want to know how to use this.

The 0.11 release is coming soon...

2006-06-17 Retitled by g0n, as per Monastery guidelines
Original title: 'wxPerl'

In reply to wxPerl - A better GUI toolkit for Perl by gmpassos

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