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Re: Perl TK books

by Anonymous Monk
on Nov 12, 2004 at 04:23 UTC ( [id://407272]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Perl TK books

Thanks for the comments so far. I don't like the "all the TK books suck" comment, lol, but I like what everyone had to say so far!

Any answer to my question on making perl scripts into exe's?

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Re^2: Perl TK books
by Aighearach (Initiate) on Nov 12, 2004 at 06:18 UTC
    I've used the commercial version of perl2exe with a lot of success, it handles Perl/Tk just fine. THe noncommercial version is fine for devel, but it leaves the perl command dialog laying around for you to gander at... though there are some fixes for that.

    ActiveState has some nice dev tools like, a library for setting/changing tray icons. But I found you can do it with just the Win32 Perl stuff. If you get to that point and need something like that, let me know and I'll grep for it. I don't use it, and don't have access to a windows box to test it for broader release. I did spend a whole week on it, I am happy to give that out because I wouldn't wish Win32 debugging even on my enemy.

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Re^2: Perl TK books
by Prior Nacre V (Hermit) on Nov 13, 2004 at 13:34 UTC

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