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I did try this : -
sub insert_lines { my $logline; if ($logline =<LOG>) { $listbox->insert('end', $logline); $listbox->yview('moveto',100); format_text(); } else { $mw->fileevent(LOG, 'readable', ""); } } sub format_text { my $textline; foreach ($textline = <LOG>) { chomp; if ($textline =~ /CRITICAL/) { $listbox->configure(-foreground => "red2"); } elsif ($textline =~ /MAJOR/) { chomp; $listbox->configure(-foreground => "DarkOrang +e2"); } else { } $mw->fileevent(LOG, 'readable', ""); }

And ended up with this :
"" 141 lines, 2559 characters -glb1dev:/global1/userfolders/jah/CPost> Value of <HANDLE> construct can be "0"; test with defined() at line 65535.
if ($mr_leisure) { bow; }
this is still not finished

In reply to Re: (tye)Re: TK Problem (me again) by mr_leisure
in thread TK Problem (me again) by mr_leisure

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