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Thank you for the answer. It's good to hear another opinion regarding the directory structure.

It look that I mixed things up. Tk::FileEntry does work. But it doesn't look good and it has a not-so-good documentation. That's what I improved: adding POD and switching to getOpenFile for file selection. And I made the bindings work that were commented in the test file.

I found Tk-ACH on github (, so I created a pull request. I hope it is usable, it's my first one.

Testing was tricky though. prove -l didn't work because there was no lib folder with expected directory structure. This is what I actually used instead of prove:

dmake TEST_FILES=t/fileentry.t TEST_VERBOSE=1 test

In reply to Re^2: Questions about Tk::ACH distribution by capfan
in thread Questions about Tk::ACH by capfan

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