Can anyone tell me about the advantages and disadvantages of Tk and wxPerl?
I have a Perl script currently implemented in Tk, but the size of Tk's library and the ugliness of Tk::Tree have inspired me to look for alternatives.
Size is important because my program will be redistributed as an EXE and then downloaded over HTTP. I'd like to get the distro as small as possible.
I don't mean to start a holy war with this post, but I am curious about wxPerl.
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