Re: Introduction of the TnyLockable has some of this
documentation now.

On Sat, 2007-01-13 at 05:41 +0100, Philip Van Hoof wrote:
> The new type TnyLockable is used by the TnySessionCamel type to lock and
> unlock your ui toolkit.
> There's an implementation called TnyGtkLockable that utilises
> gdk_threads_enter and gdk_threads_leave for implementing the lock and
> unlock methods.
> The TnySessionCamel type will assume that your toolkit is in locked
> state at the time that you give the TnySessionCamel your locker using
> tny_session_camel_set_ui_locker
> It will then unlock and lock when in-a-thread it will call the alert,
> get_pass and forget_pass implementations of your TnyAccountStore (it
> indeed assumes that your TnyAccountStore has set the ui_locker in a fot
> itself right way, as usually the TnyAccountStore is the creator and
> guard of the TnySessionCamel instance too)
> The existing TnyAcountStore implementations have all been adapted to use
> the TnyGtkLockable as ui_locker for the TnySessionCamel instance.
> This has not yet been put in the documentation, which is something I
> will do sooner or later (in a meaningful way, the API around this might
> still change a bit).
> Feel free to go ahead and create that documentation (like, copy-paste
> this E-mail to the wiki somewhere and make it meaningful).
Philip Van Hoof, software developer
home: me at pvanhoof dot be 
gnome: pvanhoof at gnome dot org

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