|- relatively "hard" to program (it is strongly OO)
not so well documented
Hogwash. It's plenty documented.
As for the size, just use UPX like everybody, and be happy (Wx.dll size went from 1,416,192 to 248,832 bytes, now that's compression ~ Tk.dll went from 491,520 to 199,680)
You know what, i'm gonna convince Mattia to distribute it that way to begin with.
You can also embed Scintilla's fancy syntaxt hilighting widget into all your wxPerl apps (c/c++,perl,html....)
MJD says you
can't just make shit up and expect the computer to know what you mean, retardo!
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