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Re: Do I need threading for my GUI?

by mattr (Curate)
on Feb 19, 2008 at 05:28 UTC ( #668733=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Do I need threading for my GUI?

Don't know about Tk sorry but I do know threads are common in the wxperl gui library (wxwidgets). If you are interested in how that works (use threads;) you can look here. The idea being only one thread writes to the GUI. I myself experienced a similar thing as you did until I learned how to do the GUI right (in linux and windows).

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[Corion]: marto: Oh, I'm jealous. I'm going to see DM in Frankfurt, but it's a stadium full of people, so, rather a big thing where you mostly get to see the band on screens ;)
[marto]: yes, the last time I saw them was in Berlin a few years ago, at the old Olympic stadium
[marto]: After Sunday I don't think I'll go see them again :)
[LanX]: Corion: come on, people are people! ;)
[Corion]: Naah, I think it's still an OK show so far. Their new songs aren't exactly great, but I'm not going there for new material anyway ;)
[marto]: I got the feeling from the last show that for big sections of it, they were not really into what they were doing
[Corion]: LanX: Sure, they can bask in my Halo
[marto]: more so than the previous show I saw

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