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For future reference, I looked at Quick Links in the "Stable Manual" and "Latest Manual" areas for the Wx::TimePickerControl documentation. As Stefan pointed out it's not mentioned in the Stable(2.8.x) documentation, but is listed in the Latest(2.9.x) documentation with the comment as being included since 2.9.3.

wxPerl(now .9921) can be built with either version of wxWidgets. I use Citrus Perl which comes pre-built for 2.8.x or 2.9.x on Windows, Linux, or OS/X. It also has a utility for switching between versions if necessary. I found it easy to install on Linux. Check it out. At least look at the Manage Installation and Citrus Packages information.

See also: and related posts for building things yourself. There are also posts relating to the minimum Strawberry/gcc version required.

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In reply to Re^3: wxPerl: Wx::DatePickerCtrl working, Wx::TimePickerCtrl failing? by jmlynesjr
in thread wxPerl: Wx::DatePickerCtrl working, Wx::TimePickerCtrl failing? by HelenCr

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