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  • I did some GTK programming by hand in both C and Perl a year or two ago and I found it very productive.

    I might try GTK2 again, the only concern I have with perl/gtk is the long list of dependancies involved - if I could build an easy to deploy bundle using GTK2 and Perl I would choose that over QT/C++ which I am currently looking at for writing GUI applications.

    ..of course I will probably try and do both as I want to learn C++ properly (i.e. write real code to do real jobs, its the only way to learn) an


    @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
    print reverse @JAPH;
  • Very nice. Why didn't you use Gtk::SimpleList? I'm not familiar with Gtk but the interface looks simpler

    acme said...
    I really liked how easy it was to put together. GUI in Perl isn't dead. Maybe its time has come...

    It's very much alive with Wx []. I've knocked up a quick port of your app to wxPerl. Screenshots on Windows [] and Linux [] are available as well as the source []

    • That looks pretty good. I'd given up on Wx as I've found it hard to install and there wasn't Glade for it. Looks like wxGlade helps a lot in this respect ;-)