[SciPy-dev] gui_thread and wxPython events
Travis N. Vaught
travis at enthought.com
Thu Mar 6 12:28:32 CST 2003
I thought I'd cross-post this to the chaco list as well.
The Other Travis
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> Question on architecture,
> Say you are trying to do plotting from the command line using wxPython
> How are the proxy classes available to the first thread (the command
> supposed to be able to receive events from the second thread
> such as what happens when the window gets closed by the user.
> Right now, this is not working at least on Linux as I've described
> --- if it works on Windows, I'd like to know why because it doesn't
> like it should there either.
> I noticed there is something called a PushEventHandler but I don't
> what it is doing.
> Any words of advice. I'd like to start making the plotting routines
> capable by building on chaco.
> -Travis O.
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