Windows XMLRPC Service
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Tue Jun 19 21:32:16 CEST 2007
En Tue, 19 Jun 2007 14:57:10 -0300, <half.italian at gmail.com> escribió:
>> > #win32event.WAIT_TIMEOUT = 2 --- This just makes the loop
>> > never execute because
>> > # the WaitFor... part always returns 258
>> WAIT_TIMEOUT is 258. How do you see it is 2?
>> py> import win32event
>> py> win32event.WAIT_TIMEOUT
> I meant here that *if* I set the WAIT_TIMEOUT to 2, then I see that
Ah, ok! I should have stated clearly that WAIT_TIMEOUT is a Windows
predefined constant, not your desired timeout value.
> Thank you again Gabriel. I'll post back with something complete.
Yes, please, a working example would be nice for future readers...
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