Re: A bug in Gtk+?

Zeeshan Ali wrote:
On Tue, 22 Feb 2005 15:22:50 +0100, Stefan Kost <ensonic hora-obscura de> wrote:

Are you sure?

   Yeah I am sure and thats why i suspect that it may be pointing to a
bug in gtk+. Why don't you try it youself? Shouldn't  take > 15 mins.
Hi :)
When you create main loop with NULL as context parameter, main loop gets shared default context. Before you create your main loop, default context was populated with functions from gtk/gdk.

The blocker is gdk_event_prepare (it just locks the global mutex), GLib code call it because the event source is not removed by gtk_main_quit.

You may:
1. Create separate context (this looks like the best solution).
2. Use gdk_threads_leave() before your g_main_loop_run() call.

Are you really need to use smth like that in your code ?


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