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    is there gui that runs Perl programs for linux (or windows)?

    i ve been writing perl scripts for testing.( i am into telecom testing) I require a gui based tool where in the scripts can be loaded and run with one click of mouse? GTK is one option i got. But anyone knows any tool which is more user friendly, require less tweaking around for the set-up and is somewhat readymade for running perl scripts? And which is open source and can be downloaded from internet?

    Thanks in advance!!

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    If you are running a gui on linux, you could just have the perl scripts run when you click them in your file manager. In other words, associate .pl with /usr/bin/perl (or wherever it is) and set "run in terminal".

    What distro are you on?

    Another alternative would be to look at using a Perl IDE. You could then load up all your scripts as a project and kick them off from the ide.

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