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Update: Looking at:, it seems that wxPerl 0.9915 already had support for wxwidgets 2.9.4?
Is it true? Or do I have to install (or upgrade) wxWidgets separately from wxPerl?
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Thank you, Stefan.

In this regard, I have two questions:
a. When you interrogate $Wx::VERSION, you get the wxPerl Wx:: version (in my case: 0.9917). I know that the latest version on CPAN is 0.9921. How do you know which wxWidgets version this corresponds to?

b. Upgrade wxWidgets to a version >= 2.9.3.

How do I upgrade? By simply installing the current Wx:: version from CPAN?

Many TIA - Helen

In reply to Re^2: wxPerl: Wx::DatePickerCtrl working, Wx::TimePickerCtrl failing? by HelenCr
in thread wxPerl: Wx::DatePickerCtrl working, Wx::TimePickerCtrl failing? by HelenCr

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