Re: Update progress bar without returning to main loop?
- From: Toralf Lund <toralf procaptura com>
- To: GTK-- Mailing List <gtkmm-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Update progress bar without returning to main loop?
- Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 11:47:28 +0200
Foster Gareth wrote:
I'm testing with GNOME 2.2 on a Linux box, and I'm not able to close the
window while the job is active, at least not on my own application
(haven't tried your example code yet.)
At least it behaves this way using the Gnome desktop on the Suse 9.3
flavor of linux.
Mine is running here on MinGW/win32 - the result is almost as ugly :)
The way I interpret what Bob said, the ability to close the window is
retained on his setup, but he has to confirm the operation via a dialog.
I actually think that sounds excellent. I mean, I don't really want to
disable exit completely when a slow job is active, but I do want to add
user confirmation for it.
Also note that if I replace
I get a nice update of the entire window - just as I thought. This may
slow down the operation too much if it is done often, however.
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