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Seems like a bug, or at least as an unintended use . Will try to fix, watch github for changes. Meanwhile, would that help you?
#!/usr/bin/perl -- use strict; use warnings; Main( @ARGV ); exit( 0 ); sub Main { ShowPrima(); ShowPrima(); } sub ShowPrima { require Prima ; require Prima::Buttons; require Prima::Application; $::application ||= Prima::Application-> create( qw' name Prima '); + my $mw = Prima::MainWindow->create( text => 'Hello world!', size => [ 200, 200], ); $mw-> insert( Button => centered => 1, text => 'Hello world!', onClick => sub { $mw-> cancel }, ); $mw-> execute; }
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Re^8: Is there a way to make Prima widgets accept double byte characters?
by Anonymous Monk on Jun 09, 2011 at 10:01 UTC
    Meanwhile, would that help you?

    Why yes it would, thank you very much :)

      fixed
        I forgot to post this "patch" for Prima/Makefile.PL, because Prima::codecs::win32 ends up at unexpected place
        sub setup_codecs { # see if Prima::codecs:: is installed my ( $prereq, $have_binary_prereq); $prereq = 'win32' if $Win32 and not $cygwin; $prereq = 'win64' if $Win64 and not $cygwin; $prereq = 'os2' if $OS2; if ( $prereq) { print "Checking for Prima::codecs::$prereq... "; eval "use Prima::codecs::$prereq;"; unless ( $@) { print "yes\n"; $have_binary_prereq++; push @LIBPATH, qd("$Config{installsitearch}/Prima/codecs/$ +prereq/lib"); push @INCPATH, qd("$Config{installsitearch}/Prima/codecs/$ +prereq/include"); if( $prereq =~ /win32/ ){ my $f = $INC{'Prima/codecs/win32.pm'}; $f =~ s/.pm$//; #~ push @LIBPATH, qd("$f/lib"); #~ push @INCPATH, qd("$f/include"); $LIBPATH[-1]=qd("$f/lib"); $INCPATH[-1]=qd("$f/include"); print "$_\n" for $f,@LIBPATH, @INCPATH ; } } else { print "no\n"; } }
        FWIW, Prima::codecs::win32, should have two class methods, INCPATH and LIBPATH which return the correct path