This is a clock displaying the shaded image of the earth. It needs the
program for generation of the
current earth shade. Alternatively, the current Meteosat or GMS
picture can be fetched from the WWW and displayed.
Additionally, it is possible to show a calendar of months with the phases of the moon.
The program requires X11::Protocol to display the round shape (otherwise you will get a square window). If neither xearth nor xglobe are installed, LWP::UserAgent will be used to fetch WWW images.
Under Windows, shapes are not (yet) supported.
Extremely simple card game.
Tk frontend for gnuplot.
tkmessage is a replacement for the standard X11 program
xmessage. It displays a window containing a message
from the command line, a file, or standard input. Along the lower edge
of the message is a row of buttons; clicking the left mouse button on
any of these buttons will cause tkmessage to exit. Which button was
pressed is returned in the exit status and, optionally, by writing the
label of the button to standard output.
The program is typically used by shell scripts to display information to the user or to ask the user to make a choice.
A powerful knotes clone. The note files are compatible with KDE's knotes.
Program for measuring horizontal and vertical screen distances.
This is a program for searching and replacing patterns in multiple files.
Another tetris-like game written in Perl/Tk.
A visual diff programm, whose speciality is the comparison between two
RCS or CVS revisions. There are two scales which can be used to set
the diffed revisions.
Tk widget/application for watching multiple log files (local or remote).
a project time manager
Please make sure you have Perl and Perl/Tk installed correctly. For Windows, you can get a Perl distribution from ActiveState. For Unix, look at the CPAN.
Windows: Most of these programs ship with an install.pl script, which can be used on Windows to create desktop icons and/or start menu entries.
Unix: The normal installation rules for perl modules apply:
$ perl Makefile.PL $ make $ make test $ make install
Author: Slaven Rezic $Date: 2002/01/29 20:05:32 $