Subject: Perl/Tk broken
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Mason Loring Bliss <email@example.com>
Date: 04/07/2004 02:53:07
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I was wondering if anyone's had any success with Perl/Tk. Was it tested
before the latest version was committed? It seems unlikely.
I've managed to get p5-Tk-800.024 to work with Perl 5.6.1nb10. It doesn't
build against Perl 5.8.x, but I haven't examined this in depth as yet.
Does anyone in here feel competent to examine the issue? It's going to
involve a fair amount of new territory for me, but I'll be trying to
explore it a bit in the not-distant future.
Would anyone object to having p5-Tk-804.026 backed out as a sort of
desperation measure to get Perl/Tk to work in some form?
Mason Loring Bliss /()\ https://bliss.dyndns.org/
Squeak to me of love! / \ firstname.lastname@example.org
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