Re: Timer start registration breaks the gtk_main()


-----Original Message-----
>From: Lex Trotman <elextr gmail com>
>Sent: Mar 26, 2011 8:41 PM
>To: ikorot earthlink net
>Cc: gtk-list <gtk-list gnome org>
>Subject: Re: Timer start registration breaks the gtk_main()
>>>ReadData() is not a good old C function, but a C++ method, carrying
>>>around a pointer to the CFrame instance. You should make ReadData() static
>>>or use more advanced tecniques, such as libsigc++ [1].
>> So all I need is to do:
>> class CFrame
>> {
>>     static void ReadData();
>> }
>> ?
>> Thank you.
>Do you understand what static member function means?
>It is not automagically passed a pointer to an instance of the object
>(no "this") so it will only work if the function does not access any
>instance members.

Which means that every member of the class that will be used by this function
should be static. But this is not good.

>If you are writing in C++ why don't you use gtkmm, the C++ binding
>which has the ability to call bound member functions?

Originally I wrote my program with wxWidgets, but it was repeatedly crashing
without even initializing.
But it looks like I will need to do some more work.

Thank you.


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