It's a one-line install via CPAN. It's the second thing I install when I install Strawberry on a fresh system (Term::Readline is the first). If installing for your client is an issue. just build a carton and give them that with your software.
On Tue, Sep 11, 2018 at 5:11 AM z...@softvisio.net <z...@softvisio.net> wrote: > You can try Prima. > https://metacpan.org/pod/Prima > > On 11.09.2018 12:08, Daniel Kasak wrote: > > I have a kinda-old ( maybe 2 or 3 years old ) build of strawberry perl > > with the latest ( at the time ) gtk+3 libraries and perl bindings. Let > > me know if you're interested - I'll upload it somewhere. I had attempted > > to keep producing builds, but my only Windows use-case evaporated, and > > now things don't build AT ALL, which is a shame. > > > > Dan > > > > On Mon, Sep 10, 2018 at 6:39 PM R. Diez via win32-vanilla > > <firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote: > > > > Hi there: > > > > There is no mention about support for GUIs in Strawberry Perl, and no > > GUI modules seem to be bundled. That it a shame, because I would > rather > > build small, portable GUIs with Perl. > > > > I recently saw the following for Python: > > > > https://opensource.com/article/18/8/pysimplegui > > > > I think that PySimpleGUI.py uses Tk as the GUI toolkit. > > > > Installing Tk or anything similar from hand is probably too hard even > > for advanced Windows users. > > > > Would it be possible to bundle the necessary Tk libraries and modules > > with Strawberry Perl? Tk is stable and allegedly works on all > systems. > > > > Best regards, > > rdiez > > > -- Matthew O. Persico