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NAME

Win32::GUI::UserGuide::Introduction - Introduction to Win32::GUI

INTRODUCTION

What is Win32::GUI?

"Win32::GUI is a Win32-platform native graphical user interface toolkit for Perl. Basically, it's an XS implementation of most of the functions found in user32.dll and gdi32.dll, with an object oriented Perl interface and an event-based dialog model that mimic the functionality of visual basic.

It was a big fun for me to put it up, hope it will be a fun for you too :-)"

Where to get it?

The creator and chief maintainer of the Win32::GUI module is Aldo Calpini. The current active maintainer is Robert May. The module and pertinent information can be found at http://perl-win32-gui.sourceforge.net. (See below for more information.)

There are still some incomplete parts, and particularly some sparse documentation. If you would like to contribute to the developement then plase contact Robert May (robertemay@users.sourceforge.net) and join the perl-win32-gui-hackers mailing list.

Other Information

There is a mailing list that you can use to ask questions or give your contribution to the module; I follow the mailing list very closely (as always, time permitting...). To subscribe, goto: http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/perl-win32-gui-users and follow the instructions on screen.

VERSION

Documentation for Win32::GUI v1.12 created 03 Jun 2015

This document is autogenerated by the build process. Edits made here will be lost. Edit docs/GUI/UserGuide/Introduction.pod instead.

SUPPORT

Homepage: http://perl-win32-gui.sourceforge.net/.

For further support join the users mailing list from the website at http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/perl-win32-gui-users. There is a searchable list archive at http://sourceforge.net/p/perl-win32-gui/mailman/perl-win32-gui-users/.

COPYRIGHT and LICENCE

Copyright (c) 1997..2015 Aldo Calpini. All rights reserved.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.