Re: embedded perl/Gtk dialog

On Jul 4, 2005, at 11:11 PM, Carl Nygard wrote:

On Mon, 2005-07-04 at 12:37 -0400, muppet wrote:

On Jul 4, 2005, at 10:46 AM, Carl Nygard wrote:


Are you sure that Dialog::DESTROY is running?  I presume that's why
you have the print() in there...

a) DESTROY is not running, and I'm not sure why (and that's an odd
deja-vu looking at that sentence),

If DESTROY is not running, then $dialog->destroy doesn't get called, so the dialog won't leave the screen. Not surprising.

You can test that hypothesis with an explicit ->destroy after you're finished reading the widgets.

b) I fixed up your suggestion for set_transient_for, didn't fix the

There's a fix in there, somewhere, but once you figure out the zombie dialog problem, the solution here will probably present itself. :-)

c) Even resorted to trying to pop down the app window before running the
perl script, but the app window didn't budge.  hmm.

Try offering it a fudgesicle. I'd move for a fudgesicle. Mmmmm, fudgesicle.

d) thew up my hands, blamed Zaf, and I'm moving on. One more reason to
convince the boss to ditch Zaf and move to Gtk.

Good luck.  Down with excessive complexity!  Power to the people!

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