[Gtk-sharp-list] AsyncCallback + Gtk?
Thu, 08 Apr 2004 15:34:02 -0400
I did Gdk.Threads.Init() before Application.Init. Is that correct?
More importantly (since you don't recommend the first approach), how
would you go about using sockets asychronously? I don't see a
Gdk.Input.Add and even if I did it wouldn't take Socket.BeginConnect()
Todd Berman wrote:
>You have to be doing Gdk.Threads.Init () for Enter and Leave to be
>On the whole, I do *not* recommend using that however, as it has its own
>issues. Look at using Gtk.ThreadNotify.
>On Thu, 2004-08-04 at 14:36 -0400, Matt Eaton wrote:
>>I'm porting a windows.forms application to gtk and I'm having some
>>problems. I use AsyncCallback's for the network traffic. E.g. connecting
>>The problem is that the GUI no longer paints after an asynccallback is run.
>>I've placed Gdk.Threads.Enter() and Gdk.Threads.Leave() around sections
>>of code that interact with Gtk but it doesn't help.
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