I've never used the Win32::GUI module. I tried to install it on ActiveState 5.10 but there is a bug in the doc installation so it is hard for me to read about it.
Anyway what in the heck is this type glob stuff about? Why? All my GUI's so far with Perl use Tk. I can run my stuff on Windows, MAC, Linux,... so I haven't fiddled with platform specific Windows things like this, but I am curious about this type glob stuff...it just looks weird to me. Very weird. There is obviously something very basic about Win32::GUI that I don't understand. Why can't this thing do what other GUI's for Perl do?
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