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How do i install perl/tk in openbsd? I don't see any packages available and i'm not sure the port for perl/tk .
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I think that for 4.3, the package you're looking for may be P5-Tk-804.027p2. See http://openports.se/x11/p5-Tk
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You can do it via packages as well (i386 links shown from openbsd.org itself below)-

p5-Tk-804.027p2.tgz


Other related packages-
p5-Devel-ptkdb-1.1092.tgz
p5-Tk-demo-804.027p0.tgz
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Hmmm, I see. I'm new to perl/tk language, any recommended sites for tutorials??
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I'm new to perl/tk language, any recommended sites for tutorials??
Do a search in Google, & start reading. Note that there are a few books on the subject as well:

http://www.amazon.com/Mastering-Perl...8155405&sr=8-1

http://www.amazon.com/Learning-Perl-...8155563&sr=8-4

Others exist, but these are the most known.
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