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=head1 NAME

Tk::Getopt - User configuration window for Tk with interface to Getopt::Long

=for category Derived Widgets

=head1 SYNOPSIS

    use Tk::Getopt;
    @opttable = (['opt1', '=s', 'default'], ['opt2', '!', 1], ...);
    $opt = new Tk::Getopt(-opttable => \@opttable,
                          -options => \%options,
			  -filename => "$ENV{HOME}/.options");
    $opt->load_options;
    $opt->get_options;
    $opt->process_options;
    print $options->{'opt1'}, $options->{'opt2'} ...;
    ...
    $top = new MainWindow;
    $opt->option_editor($top);

or using a L<Getopt::Long|Getopt::Long>-like interface

    $opt = new Tk::Getopt(-getopt => ['help'   => \$HELP,
				      'file:s' => \$FILE,
				      'foo!'   => \$FOO,
				      'num:i'  => \$NO,
				     ]);

or an alternative F<Getopt::Long> interface

    %optctl = ('foo' => \$foo,
	       'bar' => \$bar);
    $opt = new Tk::Getopt(-getopt => [\%optctl, "foo!", "bar=s"]);

=head1 DESCRIPTION

F<Tk::Getopt> provides an interface to access command line options via
L<Getopt::Long|Getopt::Long> and editing with a graphical user
interface via a Tk window.

Unlike F<Getopt::Long>, this package uses a object oriented interface,
so you have to create a new F<Tk::Getopt> object with B<new>. Unlike
other packages in the Tk hierarchy, this package does not define a Tk
widget. The graphical interface is calles by the method
B<option_editor>.

After creating an object with B<new>, you can parse command line
options by calling B<get_options>. This method calls itself
B<Getopt::Long::GetOptions>.

=head1 REQUIREMENTS

You need at least:

=over 4

=item *

perl5.004 (perl5.003 near 5.004 may work too, e.g perl5.003_26)

=item *

Tk400.202 (better: Tk800.007) (only if you want the GUI)

=item *

Data-Dumper-2.07 (only if you want to save options and it's anyway
standard in perl5.005)

=back

=head1 INSTALLATION

	perl Makefile.PL
	make
	make test
	make install

=head1 AUTHOR

Slaven Rezic <eserte@cs.tu-berlin.de>

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

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