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Monday September 02, 2002
09:45 PM

Perl in a graphical environment

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What do you think is the most interesting toolkit to learn to use with Perl? I know about GTK and Tk. There are other, but are they as appealing as those two?

From a user's point of view, what is the most interesting? I'd say GTK, but there might be something better.

I've seen a Qt interface, but it seemed to me that it was either unmaintened or a lot behind the actual Qt version.

Ah! Docs availability is one very important thing to have.

I'm planning on rewriting some scripts that do task automation and giving them a graphical interface.

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