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Yes, you didn't post on the list ;)(seeing how fresh wxPerl is, anyone who knows anything is subscribed to the list) Wx-0.15/ext/grid/typemap says:
In theory, you should be able to subclass it , but those bits may not be finished yet, the readme says:
DEPRECATIONS The following features have been deprecated and may disappear in the f +uture 1 - class->new always returning an hash reference until now calling ->new( ... ) returned an hash reference for most classes derived from Wx::Window, hence the following code worked: my $button = Wx::Button->new( ... ); $button->{attribute} = 'value'; At some point in the future this will be changed so that only _user-defined_ classes derived from Wx::Window (or from any class derived from Wx::Window) will yield an hash reference, hence the following code will not wo +rk: my $button = Wx::Button->new( ... ); my $window = Wx::Window->new( ... ); $button->{a} = 'b'; $window->{c} = 'd'; while the following code will work as it did before: my $button = MyButton->new( ... ); # MyButton ISA Wx::Button my $window = MyWindow->new( ... ); # MyWindow ISA Wx::Window $button->{a} = 'b'; $window->{c} = 'd';

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