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Perl/Tk App and Interprocess Communication
You should use the memmap module for win32.
This allows you to share something via Ram memory between several process.
Used in conjunction of Tie::Win32MemMap and an the building Tk's timer you can share a hash between any process. That's the most efficient way to share something under Tk.
You can find that module here:
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