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  • perl/Tk language feels very perlish
  • there is a lot of useful perl/Tk code, can it run somehow on Tcl::Tk, I suppose some effort will be put into that...or I am wrong to think that?
  • by the way the python/ruby approach was to hook into tcl and call Tk with it, which seems a good way of reusing code :) still doing that you couple your install to the one of the tcl-tk libs, less nice (and the coverity scan does not look as good as perl's) thanks

    In reply to Re^2: Writing and maintaining Tk GUIs with ZooZ by sgt
    in thread Writing and maintaining Tk GUIs with ZooZ by g0n

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