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No problem man, I understand what you said! ;-p

I started to make the package with PAR, but doesn't work with wxPerl, even with some hack! ;-/ Than I just used HWXperl that I have here.

But I'm working with the author of PAR to make some updates to it, and get some resources from my module LibZip, that I won't release, since I want to group it with PAR. (they have the same purpose).

About the splash. I was so lame to make an image for now... (Note tha I'm the author of Wx::Perl::SplashFast, that you need to use on Win32 or the splash only come with the main frame). I will appreciate any images from the monks for POD-Browser. ;-P

Graciliano M. P.
"The creativity is the expression of the liberty".


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