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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Have you taken a look at possibilities like wxPerl [], Tk, Gtk or Win32::GUI???

    There is enough GUI goodness for Perl!

    • I have. Tk is pretty much ruled out becuase it doesn't look like a windows application. This might sound harsh, but it makes sense for us. I have experimented with Tk, I sent a small app to a client and he was frustrated by the file open dialog as it had a 'home' button that didn't work and you couldn't choose a disk/networked drive.

      wxPerl looks promising but the lack of documentation is a factor. I'm also not sure if I'm that keen on creating forms without a GUI. The Visual Studio .NET GUI is very slick