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How is GML different from XRC?

Why would I wanna use it instead of XRC?

Where can I find more info on this "PerlBin"?

XRC is wxWindows's XML-based resource system. Here is some XRC:

<?xml version="1.0"?> <resource> <object class="wxMenuBar" name="mainmenu"> <style>wxMB_DOCKABLE</style> <object class="wxMenu" name="menu_file"> <label>$File</label> <style>wxMENU_TEAROFF</style> <object class="wxMenuItem" name="menu_about"> <label>$About...</label> <bitmap>filesave.gif</bitmap> </object> <object class="separator"/> <object class="wxMenuItem" name="menu_dlg1"> <label>Dialog 1</label> </object> <object class="wxMenuItem" name="menu_dlg2"> <label>Dialog 2</label> </object> <object class="separator"/> <object class="wxMenuItem" name="menu_quit"> <label>E$xit\tAlt-X</label> </object> </object> </object> </resource>

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In reply to Re: HWXperl - The place for GUI apps in Perl by PodMaster
in thread HWXperl - The place for GUI apps in Perl by gmpassos

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