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Re^2: Tk GUI designer tool

by chanio (Priest)
on Feb 24, 2006 at 15:01 UTC ( #532561=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Tk GUI designer tool
in thread Tk GUI designer tool

I guess so, but need to wait until I upgrade my Tk. Or a promised Zooz release that would work with a more general Tk version...

But both tools have different targets, though.

UPDATED

I have installed and tryied ZooZ in my Windows XP Pro successfully! It is great, and as simple as using M$ Visual things :)!

This is a great achievement to perl and Tk... Though it needs more time to standarize well.

Both tools that I have tried have very creative ways of approaching the GUI dessign. ZooZ looks more interested in getting the result. But both are very encouraging for using Tk in the daily script development.


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Re^3: Tk GUI designer tool
by wazoox (Prior) on Feb 24, 2006 at 22:33 UTC
    Also worth mentioning, SpecTCL works with a more general Tk version, though it's far from being as easy to use as ZooZ. However, it produces also Ruby, Python and Java code.
    http://spectcl.sourceforge.net/
Re^3: Tk GUI designer tool
by sanPerl (Friar) on Mar 06, 2006 at 11:59 UTC
    Zooz is really great.
    However if we modify *.pl file separatly (say I change height of button), then we can Not get reflection of modified code in Zooz interface. This is because Zooz works on *.zooz file and Not *.pl file(Please correct me if I am wrong).

    But it is a good tool to develope complex Tk applications.
    Regards,
    Sandeep

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