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I was really looking forward to this, not least of all as I installed Ruby-TK on my iPaq and I'm learning Tk :(
Most of the documentation for Ruby cites Perl/Tk as a reference.

Sadly I didn't notice anything indicating OS flavours on the page, so I was disappointed to discover it's all .exe's,
given that Perl is an interpreted language most of the time.

When you said you wanted us to look at it, I thought it was in some capacity greater than beta-tester.
I thought perhaps you were looking to release the code as open source, like source forge

I'd love to test the code on my Debian Box where I develop when I'm not using SunOS..
Any chance of putting the source up there? So it can be run on several platforms, I feel it would be for your benefit also.


Brother Frankus.


In reply to Re: New Perl/Tk-Designer (Free) not Open :( by frankus
in thread New Perl/Tk-Designer (Free) by cybertrekker

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