chromdildo at t-online.de
Sat Feb 26 13:00:37 CET 2005
Hallo and thanks for the quick reply.
> TThread.Synchronize(@myfunction); //simply doesn't call myfunction
Florian Klaempfl wrote:
>> You need to call CheckSynchronize in your main loop. However,
Sychronize is broken in the 1.9.8 release.
Will this get fixed until 2.0.0 ?
And what about Lazarus LCL, is it calling checksynchronize
automatically? Does anybody know?
Found this in the Delphi docs:
*function* CheckSynchronize: Boolean;
It is not necessary to call CheckSynchronize in a GUI application. The
call to CheckSynchronize is made automatically by the application
object. In a non-GUI application, you must call CheckSynchronize if you
use the Synchronize method of TThread. To do this, set the
WakeMainThread variable to a procedure that calls CheckSynchronize.
CheckSynchronize allows background threads to synchronize their
execution with the main thread, so that it is safe to make method calls
in the background thread.
CheckSynchronize returns True if a method was synchronized, False if it
thanks again and best regards
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