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Well, these are for linux/unix, but they may exist for windows, too:

$ debtags search 'devel::ui-builder && uitoolkit::gtk' gazpacho - GTK+ User Interface Designer glade - GTK+ 2 User Interface Builder glade-gnome - GTK+ 2 User Interface Builder (with GNOME 2 support) gtk2.0-examples - Examples files for the GTK+ 2.0 libgai-dev - Easy to use interface to create applets & dockapps libgai0 - Easy to use interface to create applets & dockapps libglade2-ruby1.8 - Libglade 2 bindings for the Ruby language monodevelop - Development Environment for GNOME pida - Python Integrated Development Application, a Python IDE thewidgetfactory - a showcase for GTK+ widgets vdk-doc - The Visual Development Kit C++ library vdk2-tutorial - Tutorial for the Visual Development Kit C++ library 2

Oh, and I forgot to mention WxWidgets (WxPerl) in the list of alternative toolkits. Many people seem to like that one.

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