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Project page

wxPerl is graciusly hosted by SourceForge; from the project page you can access the bug tracker, download previous releases, submit feature requests, etc.


a commercial tool for designing user interfaces for wxPerl (and wxWidgets and wxPython, too). A trial version is available for download.
a GUI designer written in Python with the popular GUI toolkit wxPython, that helps you create wxWidgets/wxPython/wxPerl user interfaces. At the moment it can generate Python, Perl, C++ and XRC (wxWidgets' XML resources) code.


AAC::Pvoice is a set of modules to create software for people who can't use a normal mouse and/or keyboard.
Author: Jouke Visser
A bridge between POE and wxPerl. POE::Loop::Wx allows writing wxPerl GUIs for POE applications.
Author: Mike Schroeder, Ed Heil
a wrapper for wxActiveX. It allows using ActiveX controls such as Internet Explorer and Flash from wxWidgets/wxPerl programs. It only works under Windows. The current version provides specialised interfaces for Acrobat Reader, Internet Explorer, Flash and Windows Media Player.
Author: Graciliano Monteiro Passos
Download: Perl 5.8.x, Perl 5.8.x/Unicode
a wrapper for wxWidgets' wxGLCanvas, used to display OpenGL graphics. To use it you will need the OpenGL module. OpenGL for ActivePerl 8xx.
Author: Mattia Barbon
Download: Perl 5.8.x, Perl 5.8.x/Unicode
a Wx::FileSystemHandler subclass, replacement for Wx::InternetFShandler. It allows retrieving documents for Wx::HtmlWindow (and other classes using Wx::FileSystem) via LWP::UserAgent.
Author: Mattia Barbon
A throbber displays an animated image that can be started, stopped, reversed, etc. Useful for showing an ongoing process (like most web browsers use) or simply for adding eye-candy to an application.
Author: Simon Flack
a Wx::TreeCtrl whose items can be checked using checkboxes.
Author: Simon Flack


PerlWrapper is an Xcode project that lets you wrap your Perl application together with its modules, resource files and third-party libraries inside a Mac OS X application bundle (.app).
wxPerl at FreshMeat
wxPerl at Ohloh
wxPerl at GnomeFiles