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See Threads-w-Perl/Gtk2 demo. One thing of importance to mention, is that you will see examples of Gtk2 thread programs with threads->enter and threads->leave, for thread isolation control. This is to allow accessing the Gtk2 widgets, from the threads without causing segfaults. Enter/leave works, but the conventional wisdom now, is to use Glib::Idle->add() from the threads to access external Gtk2 widgets. Here is a demo
#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use threads; use threads::shared; use Glib qw/TRUE FALSE/; use Gtk2 qw/-init -threads-init/; Glib::Object->set_threadsafe (TRUE); #setup shared hash my %shash; share(%shash); #will work for first level keys $shash{'go'} = 0; $shash{'work'} = ''; $shash{'die'} = 0; my $num:shared = 0; my $window = Gtk2::Window->new('toplevel'); $window ->signal_connect( 'destroy' => \&delete_event ); $window->set_border_width(10); $window->set_size_request(300,300); my $vbox = Gtk2::VBox->new( FALSE, 6 ); $window->add($vbox); $vbox->set_border_width(2); my $hbox= Gtk2::HBox->new( FALSE, 6 ); my $hbox1 = Gtk2::HBox->new( FALSE, 6 ); $vbox->pack_end($hbox,FALSE,FALSE,0); $vbox->pack_end (Gtk2::HSeparator->new, FALSE, FALSE, 0); $vbox->pack_end($hbox1,FALSE,FALSE,0); $hbox->set_border_width(2); $vbox->pack_end (Gtk2::HSeparator->new, FALSE, FALSE, 0); my $ebutton = Gtk2::Button->new_from_stock('gtk-quit'); $hbox->pack_end( $ebutton, FALSE, FALSE, 0 ); $ebutton->signal_connect( clicked => \&delete_event ); my $pbar = Gtk2::ProgressBar->new(); $pbar->set_pulse_step(.1); $hbox->pack_start($pbar,1,1,0); my $label_w_markup = Gtk2::Label->new(); $label_w_markup->set_markup("<span foreground=\"yellow1\" size=\"40000\">$num</span>"); $vbox->pack_end($label_w_markup,FALSE,FALSE,4); ###################################################### my $tbutton = Gtk2::Button->new_with_label('Run Thread'); $hbox1->pack_start($tbutton , 1, 1, 0 ); my $lconnect = $tbutton->signal_connect( clicked => sub{ launch() }); my $sconnect; $window->show_all(); $pbar->hide; #needs to be called after show_all #create 1 sleeping thread passing it the label and pbar to control my $thread = threads->new(\&work, $label_w_markup, $pbar); Gtk2->main; ###################################### sub delete_event { $shash{'go'} = 0; $shash{'die'} = 1; $thread->join; Gtk2->main_quit; return FALSE; } ####################################### sub launch{ $pbar->show; $tbutton->set_label('Stop Thread'); $tbutton->signal_handler_block($lconnect); $sconnect = $tbutton->signal_connect( clicked => sub{ stop() }); $shash{'go'} = 1; } ################################################## sub stop{ print "stopped\n"; $shash{'go'} = 0; $pbar->hide; $tbutton->set_label('Run Thread'); $tbutton->signal_handler_block ($sconnect); $tbutton->signal_handler_unblock ($lconnect); } ######################################################### sub work{ my ($label,$pbar) = @_; $|++; while(1){ if($shash{'die'} == 1){ return }; if ( $shash{'go'} == 1 ){ $num = 0; while(1){ $num++; if($num > 30){last} Glib::Idle->add( sub{ if($shash{'die'} == 1){ return }; $label->set_markup("<span foreground=\"yellow1\" size=\"40000\">$num</span>"); $pbar->pulse; return FALSE; }); select(undef,undef,undef, .1); if($shash{'go'} == 0){last} if($shash{'die'} == 1){ return }; } #if reach this point, the thread has finished print "my results = $num\n"; Glib::Idle->add( sub{ if($shash{'die'} == 1){ return }; $label->set_markup("<span foreground=\"green\" size=\"60000\">$num</span>"); $pbar->hide; return FALSE; }); $shash{'go'} = 0; #turn off self before returning }else { select(undef,undef,undef,.1) } #sleep time } } ################################

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In reply to Re: Gtk2 app -- what's better, threads, or multiple timeouts? by zentara
in thread Gtk2 app -- what's better, threads, or multiple timeouts? by ttlgreen

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