=head1 NAME

Tk::Tiler - Scrollable frame with sub-widgets arranged into rows

=for pm Tk/Tiler.pm

=for category Tk Geometry Management


  use Tk::Tiler;

  my $tl = $parent->Scrolled('Tiler', -columns => n, -rows => n);

  my $a  = $tl->Xxxxx(...);
  my $b  = $tl->Xxxxx(...);
  my $c  = $tl->Xxxxx(...);



Tiler is derived form Tk::Frame. It is a geometry managing widget which
accepts widgets to manage. It places the widgets in a grid with as many
widgets as possible in a row. All the "slots" in the grid are the same size,
which is determined by the largest managed widget.

The grid may be scrolled vertically.