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I was able to fix my second issue by setting a gauge range.

Initially the gauge range was set to 0, and there was no issue when the script is run normally like 'perl', but in the exe format gauge will not move with the pulse function call. The gauge area shows nothing.

I set the gauge range to 100 after creating the object and now the gauge works, but it brought a new issue, the gauge style changed. If I run the script normally like 'perl', a small bar moves to and fro along the gauge area, but in the exe format bar first fills the entire gauge area and retrieves. I asked about it in the wxperl mailing list ( here ) and they said it could be due to an application manifest.

I will try to fix it and will post here if I get a solution. May be it will be a help for someone else.

Thank you for your valuable feedbacks Monks

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