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NAME

       Wx - interface to the wxWidgets cross-platform GUI toolkit

SYNOPSIS

           use Wx;

           my $app = Wx::SimpleApp->new;
           my $frame = Wx::Frame->new( undef, -1, 'Hello, world!' );

           $frame->Show;
           $app->MainLoop;

DESCRIPTION

       The Wx module is a wrapper for the wxWidgets (formerly known as wxWindows) GUI toolkit.

       This module comes with extensive documentation in HTML format; you can download it from
       http://wxperl.sourceforge.net/

INSTALLATION

       Please see docs/INSTALL.pod in source package.

Windows XP look

       For standalone (packed using PAR, Perl2Exe, Perl2App, ...)  applications to get Windows XP
       look, a file named "App.exe.manifest" (assuming the program is named "App.exe") and
       containing the text below must be placed in the same directory as the executable file.

         <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
         <assembly xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v1" manifestVersion="1.0">
             <assemblyIdentity
                 processorArchitecture="x86"
                 version="5.1.0.0"
                 type="win32"
                 name="Controls"
             />
             <description>Super wxPerl Application</description>
             <dependency>
                 <dependentAssembly>
                     <assemblyIdentity
                         type="win32"
                         name="Microsoft.Windows.Common-Controls"
                         version="6.0.0.0"
                         publicKeyToken="6595b64144ccf1df"
                         language="*"
                         processorArchitecture="x86"
                 />
             </dependentAssembly>
             </dependency>
         </assembly>

Running on Mac OSX

       From version 0.98 wxPerl no longer needs to use the special startup executable 'wxperl' to
       run scripts on the Mac. The ordinary perl interpreter now works without problems. This is
       because wxPerl now contains code that brings the running application to the front and
       gives it the focus.

       In a syntax checking editor you may prevent Wx code from being given focus as the front
       process by setting an environment variable

       export WXPERL_OPTIONS=NO_MAC_SETFRONTPROCESS

       or

       $ENV{WXPERL_OPTIONS} = 'NO_MAC_SETFRONTPROCESS';

       The code that makes the SetFrontProcess call is in Wx::Mini as

       Wx::MacSetFrontProcess();

       so it is also straightforward to override this method if you wish.

       Finally, any code can force the running application to become the front process regardless
       of environment settings by calling the xs method directly. (Note the underscore in the
       method name).

       Wx::_MacSetFrontProcess();

AUTHOR

       Mattia Barbon <mbarbon@cpan.org>

LICENSE

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