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I can't answer for long times...
You spent some time to me and big thanks for you.
This is interesting example. It must help me for level up integration of Tk and Wx. But I need one window with Wx GUI and Tk-like canvas functions with drag-n-drop objects.
I see Wx has GL-canvas but I needn't GL. How it works with videocards without 3d acceleration? It's slowly with software 3D emultion? I need only moving 2x object on canvas (pictures, dashed lines...).
You can see my software page to understand what my program doing and my wishes to this project.
Rodovid
p.s.: Also I can't find good full manuals about Wx on Perl...
I find many problems with good documentated Tk on Linux and many new problems when I port it to Windows. With this new problems on Wx I can stop converting my soft to pure Wx for long long time with curved road of probes and mistakes. And may be this times will turn left...
p.p.s.:Sorry for my skill of English. I learn it and can't speak fluently...

In reply to Re^2: Wx with Tk by Khariton
in thread Wx with Tk by Khariton

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