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- relatively "hard" to program (it is strongly OO)
Hogwash.

not so well documented
Hogwash. It's plenty documented.

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http://wxperl.sf.net

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.

update: You can also embed Scintilla's fancy syntaxt hilighting widget into all your wxPerl apps (c/c++,perl,html....)


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In reply to Re: Re: Tk vs. wxPerl by PodMaster
in thread Tk vs. wxPerl by batkins

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