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It is known that ActiveState Perl 5.16 doesn't have direct support for TK. Before I downgrade my installation or change to another distribution, I'd like to know if somebody has been able to run scripts with TK with the ActiveState Perl 5.16 distribution. I have read here where it is stated that it was possible to have TK installed on 5.14. The same seems not to apply for 5.16. Any suggestions? Switching to TKX is not an option, as all my codes use TK...

In reply to ActiveState Perl 5.16 and TK by welle

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