The author writes, to clarify Robert's somewhat outdated review:
Robert said: "it is designed as a MainWindow"
Author replies: Not any more. It now takes a MainWindow like any other widget does, but will create a MainWindow if one is not supplied.
Robert said: "Stylistically it looks like a Windows 95 or 2000 installation wizard, which is not appropriate for a wizard that occurs within an application and may bother or confuse some non-Windows people."
Author replise: Surely only Windows people are daft enough to be confused thus? But patches to ease skinning are welcomed.
Robert said: "Tests are not automated."
Author writes: Oh yes they are.
Robert said: "The documentation leaves much to be desired. It's sparse and recommends one look at the test case files."
Author replies: over 568 lines is much less sparse than most Tk modules.
Robert said: "It makes some assumptions about how wizards should work that are restrictive. For instance, there is no way to have both "Finish" and "Next" buttons in cases where the user can end early."
Author replies: "If you really want, please use RT to request."
Robert complained: "Also: E-mails to the author have bounced back."
Author says: um. lee-at-cpan-dot-org or use RT.
Robert moaned, "Sadly, this is a case where an otherwise excellent module has a lot of issues that make it too restrictive for my needs."
Author bitches back ;) "Sadly a case of a reviwer not making an effort to either communicate with the module author, nor to update his reviews."