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Re: Wish Setup would accept my Perl
- From: "Michael Kairys" <kairys at comcast dot net>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2007 08:33:54 -0500
- Subject: Re: Wish Setup would accept my Perl
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"Tim Prince" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Is it correct that Cygwin Perl/Tk requires a running X server?
That is one of the stranger assertions to pass by here in a while. More
so than the (OT, as there is that other list) complaint that installing
X from cygwin setup is a pain.
Are you saying that the following is not correct:
"Andrew DeFaria" <Andrew@DeFaria.com> wrote in message
Not sure about that but you do realize that Perl::Tk will only run with
a running X server...
. . .
As I said I don't know exactly why your Tk isn't working. I do know that
Tk under Cygwin assumes a running X server. I rarely run an X server - I
simply use rxvt instead - so I don't like that requirement. I also work
with IBM/Rational products and often need to run ccperl or cqperl - both
of which are AS based. And they have Tk in there that works straight on
Windows (like rxvt does if it senses there is no X server running - I
wish Cygwin's Perl::Tk would do that!).
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