to quote Paolo Molaro, whom i believe to be the
author of Perl/Gtk (in message <20000530173207.C15361@lettere.unipd.it>
Well, I'd like to say that the module is feature complete so it doesn't need a
lot of work:-)
The reality is that some function is still missing here and there and I'd like
to add support for some other libraries as well. The main issue, however, is
i don't know enough yet myself to say anything useful first
hand, but i'll be sure to post to Q&A when i figure it out.
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