A nice effort! One of the GUI toolkits has been on my tolearn-list for a while.
I hope 'b4swine' doesn't think me ungracious if I ask if anyone could list the practical differences between WxPerl and gtk2-perl? :-)
Both seems capable enough, from checking Google and monks. I found nice tutorials (on 'monks and elsewhere), but...
I assume that WxPerl runs on more platforms? Which is easier to learn? Any install problems?
This doesn't seem to be a flame-war subject, or I wouldn't ask. (I am going to write a small demo app and consider being ambitious and not doing a console program.)
(Update: No answer? I assume this is an old flame war subject. :-) Forget I asked.)
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