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Re: Tk Video Widget with Perl

by Courage (Parson)
on Jul 13, 2005 at 17:26 UTC ( #474624=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Tk Video Widget with Perl

Yes, you need to install:
  • Tcl/Tk, probably best fit could be binaries ActiveTCL from www.activestate.com
  • CPAN module Tcl; it will connect to Tcl/Tk; this module requires compiling (its not pure-perl), I can assist you on this
  • CPAN module Tcl::Tk; it will provide a syntax very similar to perl/Tk; this module is pure-perl

All in all, once you'll solve installation task, you'll get much more flexible and larger widget set (compared to perl/Tk)

Also, Tcl::Tk has user's mailing list (tcltk at perl.org), so feel free to write there...

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Re^2: Tk Video Widget with Perl
by beretboy (Chaplain) on Jul 13, 2005 at 17:31 UTC
    Okay, once I've installed those, how do I install a particular widget?


    "Sanity is the playground of the unimaginative" -Unknown
      if you'll have Tcl::Tk up and running, using Tcl widgets isn't hard (those developed in Tcl or for Tcl).

      To give an idea, look for example at http://vkonovalov.ru/cgi-bin/perl-tcltk-wiki.cgi/40 or other examples at that wiki.
      Note that at that example BLTNoteBook is a widget within Tcl/Tk, and initially it is completely unknown to Tcl::Tk perl module. It is a single line of perl code to introduce BLTNoteBook widget to Tcl::Tk
      Tk Video could be very similar, and I will get you an example of concrete code, once you'll get far enough :)

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