Tk is a very robust module that has excellent documentation available and many properly designed widgets and additions. Its functions are named in an intuitive manner and there are many books written around it like Learning Perl Tk
, Mastering Perl Tk
I think that this module having been around long enough and that Tcl/Tk programming is so mature serves as a plus point, on the flip side, the look and feel of the widgets are aging when compared to the other GUI modules out there. Nevertheless the module is quite stable and aptly documented and supported.
Check GUI Programming
-->What ISN'T good about PerlGTK?
for a relevant discussion.
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