More WxPerl Examples from "The wxBook" - "Cross-Platform GUI Programming with wxWidgets"
by Smart, Hock, & Csomar - is now available on github as individual files - http://www.github.com/jmlynesjr/wxPerl-wxBook-Examples/
These examples have been further simplified using Wx::SimpleApp as suggested by Mattia Barbon in an earlier email conversation. Thanks for your past and future input on this project.
Until I get it updated on the github README.txt file, http://wiki.wxperl.info/w/index.php/WxEXPORTS has a program written by Mark Dootson that will list out all of the Wx export tags, all 67 pages.
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