You can find information about using the gtk+ perl
If you do use gtk+, it might help to know that Glade,
a user interface builder that runs on Gnome, can
use the Glade-Perl package to generate perl.
Barry Carroll wrote:
>> Hi Everybody,
>> Sorry if this is OT but are there other windowing toolkits for Perl apart
> from Tk?
> I know there are some win32gui calls integrated into activestate perl, but
> there any others?
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