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use Wx qw[:everything]; *Wx::App::OnInit = sub {1}; my $a = Wx::App->new; my $f = Wx::Frame->new( undef, -1, 'Hello, world!', [200,200] , [350, 100] ); $a->SetTopWindow($f); $f->Show(1); $a->MainLoop(); __END__
Books don't mean much (perl can be easily learned from POD, and why should learning a simple GUI framework require a book).

The wxWindows docs are plentiful and they are extremely clear, and the wxPerl version of them comes with Perl: notes, which explain any differences in the API.

The wxPerl mailing list does indeed have a search engine, even if you failed to see it (i do not just post links blindly, loook to your left here), and Mattia is very responsive (not many questions come up that are unanswereable by Mattia, and those that are, you just take straight to the wxWindows mailing lists).

update: wxPerl is less of a mystery than perlTk ever is/will be to anyone new to either.


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

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