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Well, even the simplified version will be quite long. I have described the entire thing here, but may be it is not sufficient for you to guess.
FYI, I am giving the update gui routine here, which is getting called from the server function as and when it has read some data from the socket.

sub updateGui { my $self = shift; my $data = shift; my $hlist = $self->{jobTree}; my @cellInfo = split( /\s/, $data ); my $font = "{helvetica} -12 bold"; my $style1 = $self->{displaybaseObj}->getItemStyle( $hlist, 'text', -foreground => 'black', -anchor => 'nw', -background => "$cellInfo[2]", -font => $font ); my $num1 = int( rand(2) ) + 1; my $num2 = int( rand(2) ) + 0; my $subnode1 = $cellInfo[0] . "." . $num1; my $subnode2 = $cellInfo[0] . "." . $num1 . "." . "0" . "." . $num +2; $hlist->itemConfigure( $subnode1, 2, -text => "$cellInfo[1]", -style => $style1 ); $hlist->itemConfigure( $subnode2, 2, -text => "$cellInfo[1]", -style => $style1 ); }

The $data to this routine is like "500 running green" i.e a gui row , some status of that and a colour separated by single space. $hlist is the Tree widget which just a bit extension of the built in Tk module.

Let me see , if I can post a very simplified version of it.

In reply to Re^4: Perl tk gui hangs when large data thrown to it by ghosh123
in thread Perl tk gui hangs when large data thrown to it by ghosh123

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