nanothreads: Want to use them from within wxPython app
fgeiger at datec.at
Wed Dec 14 07:38:25 CET 2005
<simonwittber at gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> F. GEIGER wrote:
>> I've def'ed a handler for EVT_IDLE in the app's main frame. There I'd
>> to call the nanothreads' __iter__ method, somehow.
>> When I copy the __iter__ method into a, say, runOnce() method and call
>> next() method of the generator returned by runOnce(), it works. But I
>> get at the __iter__ method, which is already there and therefore should
>> used instead of messing up nanothreads with changes of mine.
>> Any hint welcome
> The latest version of nanothreads is now in the fibranet package, which
> you can download from the cheeseshop:
> To iterate nanothreads from wx, I call the nanothreads.poll() function
Yeah, that's what I was looking for. But poll() is new, isn't it?
> from the EVT_IDLE handler, making sure that I call event.RequestMore()
Good hint, thanks, I always tend to forget that.
> from within the handler, to iterate nanothreads as fast as possible.
> HTH, Simon WIttber.
Thanks for your response and kind regards
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