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Win32::GUI - Perl Win32 Graphical User Interface Extension
Due to the volume of Win32::GUI documentation it is split into a number of different sections. The documentation is sparse in some areas, and incomplete in others. Patches are welcome. The documentation does not try to be a tutorial for Windows GUI programming, although the tutorial should give enough information for a beginner to get started. For advanced features knowledge of the Win32 API is assumed, and further information can be found from Microsoft's online resources (http://msdn.microsoft.com/).
What Win32::GUI is, and how to get it installed.
Release notes. Essential reading for old hands who want to know what has changed between versions.
A short welcome.
An introduction to the basic Windows GUI concepts and how they relate to Win32::GUI
A Tutorial. Essential reading for beginners: Creating your first Win32::GUI window and all the basics that you will need.
A (currently somewhat out of date) set of Frequently asked questions and answers.
Per package documentation for Win32::GUI.
All the events that are common to every window.
All the methods in the Win32::GUI package (and inherited by the other packages).
Options common to most package constructors.
There is a set of sample applications installed with Win32::GUI, that should be found in the .../Win32/GUI/demos/ directory under your library installtion root (by default for ActiveState perl this is at C:/Perl/site/lib/Win32/GUI/demos). There is a viewer/launcher application installed as well. Type
win32-gui-demosat a command prompt.
Release of Win32::GUI up to and including v1.03 export a large list of constants into the callers namespace by default. This behaviour is changed in releases from v1.04 and onwards.
From v1.04 the support for constants is provided by Win32::GUI::Constants, and the prefered way of getting constants exported into your namespace should be:
use Win32::GUI(); # Empty export list to prevent default exports use Win32::GUI::Constants qw( ... ) # explicitly list wanted constants
although, for backwards compatibility the following are also supported:
Will continue to export the same list of constants as earlier versions, but will generate a warning (under the
use warnings;pragma or with the
-wcommand line option to perl). In the future (v1.07 and later) this syntax will stop exporting anything. v1.07 will generate a warning that nothing is being exported. v1.08 will silently export nothing.
use Win32::GUI qw( ... );
Will exported the requested list of constants. The full syntax allowed by Win32::GUI::Constants may be used.
Please see the v1.04 Release Notes for further information on backwards compatability and making old scripts work.
Documentation for Win32::GUI v1.14 created 01 Jun 2017
This document is autogenerated by the build process. Edits made here will be lost. Edit docs/GUI.pod instead.
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