use Tk::Submethods ( 'command1' => [qw(sub1 sub2 sub3)],
'command2' => [qw(sub1 sub2 sub3)]);
DESCRIPTIONCreates "->commandSub(...)" as an alias for "->command('sub',...)" e.g. "->grabRelease" for "->grab('release')".
For each command/subcommand pair this creates a closure with command and subcommand as bound lexical variables and assigns a reference to this to a 'glob' in the callers package.
Someday the sub-commands may be created directly in the C code.