[Gtk-sharp-list] Problem with threaded GTK# Application on Windows

Rapha222 raphaeljavaux at gmail.com
Mon Feb 23 08:58:29 EST 2009

Jiří Zárevúcký wrote:
> 2009/2/23 Rapha222 <raphaeljavaux at gmail.com>:
>> GTK is thread safe, so you can't to modify Gtk Widgets from another
>> thread
>> that the thread which is running the MainLoop (Application.Run()), unless
>> if
>> you use Thread.Enter() and Thread.Leave() to stop the mainloop during the
>> modifications.
> You can dispatch all changes to the main loop using Application.Invoke
> (). This is IMO the easiest way to work with Gtk in a multi-threaded
> application.
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Thanks, it's works now. I didn't know this method :-)

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