How much code is it?
What kinds of widgets do you use?
Forget holy wars, you're talking red v. green apples.
wxPerl is still in betatesting (the porting started very short ago, but you can do lots and lots and lots and lots and lots with it).
I like wxPerl more because it's just plain easier for me to mess with (especially now, with wxXRC).
I'm creating wxChatter, a wxPerl chatterbox client, and the reason I chose Wx is cause i want it to run everywhere, including win9x, and with Wx::Process, you can attach a subroutine to be executed after an asynchronous proccess finishes)
And furthermore, the newest version of tk (still only dev. release), is only gonna run on perl 5.7 and up, which sucks!!
MJD says you
can't just make shit up and expect the computer to know what you mean, retardo!
** The Third rule of perl club is a statement of fact: pod is sexy.
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