Re: thread support in Windows: problem

Write wrapper functions for any gtk operation you'd like to execute from
threads in a way that the thread calls a glib's idle function which does
the real gtk work.

An interesting approach. Did you use some automated technique to
generate these wrappers, or just manual work?

How well does it work and how general is it? Do you think it would be
generally useful for other people, or is it just for your own specific
need? Are you interested in making your stuff available for others
(and maintain it in the future...)?


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