On Wed, 8 Dec 2004, Ciaran Johnston wrote:
>> > If you must have a native Windows GUI, then Visual Basic (.NET or
> > whatever version they have now)
>> Java would be better than this. Or Perl / Tcl. Java docs are
> comprehensive, it's easily downloaded and will run on Linux. ActiveState
> have versions of Perl and Tcl for windows which are pretty good.
Perl / Win32::GUI is far superior to Perl::Tk on Windows environments -
but is not cross-platform. The GUI Loft is also very handy for designing
windows interfaces for use in Win32::GUI.
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