Tkinter / Threads: "Invalid command name"
Russell E. Owen
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Thu Dec 18 20:45:39 CET 2003
In article <3fe1e985$0$11374$91cee783 at newsreader01.highway.telekom.at>,
Michael Schutte <m.schutte at aon.at> wrote:
>...I want to write a server application; like telnet is a client. The user
>should be able to bind() to a port and wait for a client. The written
>and recieved data is stored in a Text widget, self.__text. The
>accept()ing is done in a seperate thread (using the threading module),
>in method self.__tryConnect().
>But the seperate thread raises an exception at
> self.__text["state"]="normal" .
>A part of the code:
You should only deal with Tkinter from the main thread.
(That was most certainly true in the past. I'm not quite positive that
it is still supposed to be true, but I can assure you that it doesn't
work well on my system.)
I suggest you use a Lock or Queue or some other inter-thread
communication object to let the accept thread communicate with the rest
of the application.
(You might also want to use Twisted framework.)
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