Michele Dondi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message-id:
>On Sun, 27 Aug 2006 13:02:13 GMT, zentara <email@example.com>
>>A few other comparisons bewtween Tk and Gtk2 (and WxWidgets built on
>On an OT basis and on behalf of a friend of mine[*]: he's been having
>difficulties using threads with Tk. I don't have experience with
>either so I couldn't really help him, but from posts both here and on
>PM I already knew about the possible issues, so I just reminded him of
>good ol' fork(). Now the question is: is Gtk2 thread safe? Which
>toolkit is, if any?
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I belive much of the Tk thread issue has largely been solved.
If you create the threads and shared variables prior to the Tk
bits of your application; the threads behave quite nicely.
I've begun re-writing some of my applications to use this trick,
and have developed one from the ground up using this approach.
The new threaded apps are quite reliable and seem fine.