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in reply to Re^2: Should I use Perl/TK?
in thread Should I use Perl/TK?

HUMBUG! perl/Tk is actively maintained and has the huge advantage over other GUI toolkits that it has close to no dependencies, making it easy to get it work on almost any OS.
perl/tk is not a binding to Tk, it is a port of Tk source to perl. Nick I-S had partially automated this to keep up with updates, but Tk 8.5 is not an update. The file names are changed with the whole ttk tree added. It would be a new port from scratch.

http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.perl.tk/browse_thread/thread/5b46aee9cb6bbe12/cf296a5a9bc5d713