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Why GUI perl programs on Windows?by jfroebe (Parson)
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jfroebe has asked for the
wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I'm undecided about whether or not it is worth the effort of writing a program in perl on windows. The GUI part is what concerns me. It seems to me, that if I use anything but wxWidgets, it will look *funny* to the average windows user.
Sorry for the vagueness and this is definitely not a troll, but for a GUI application on Windows, would I be better off using a more 'native' approach (i.e. Visual C#) over the perl/wxWidgets or perl/TK?
I'm not terribly concerned of whether it is cross platform or not.
Jason L. Froebe
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