Re: gtk2-perl to Windows

I develop primarily on Linux and deploy on both Linux and Windows.

For Windows, I use 'camelbox' ( which provides a 32 bit perl build and includes all the core gtk2-perl modules as well as other good things.

I use Komodo as my IDE for development/debugging. It works well on Linux and Windows.

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  1. I want bring gtk2-perl to Windows (eexpress)


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Date: Sun, 05 Sep 2010 20:47:31 +0800
From: eexpress <eexpress 163 com>
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Subject: I want bring gtk2-perl to Windows
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I want write and debug all my gtk2-perl under Linux(use glade), and import 
to Windows to just execute it(by install an simple and small software and 
let those Windows system can run it immediately). if any article recently 
mention about this?
I had search a lot. and many articles are old which like and seems been hacked? only old package show 
at this web.
Another way, activeperl, seems not a comfortably way to do this.  ppm of 
course is not cpan kind.


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