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Well the problem you had in your last post, about the premature exiting of your SDL script is solved by using the Tk event loop to keep everything alive. So Tk and SDL is an easy combination to put together. The script below is the basic Tk app, using SDL. All you need to do is setup lists, and load different files into the player. If you have a touch screen, it would be very easy to bind to a up / down icon, and scroll thru a list. You could setup volume controls, repeat, auto-play, and all sorts of cool checkbuttons.
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use Tk; use SDL::Mixer; use SDL::Music; my $mw = MainWindow->new(title => "SDL audio"); $mixer = eval { SDL::Mixer->new(-frequency => 44100, -channels => 2, - +size => 1024); }; $mixer->music_volume(100); $music = new SDL::Music './1bb.wav' or die $!; $mixer->play_music($music,-1); #$mixer->play_music($sound,-1); #will not play simultaneously MainLoop;

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In reply to Re: Tk Apps - Common approaches? by zentara
in thread Tk Apps - Common approaches? by shotgunefx

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