On Tuesday, July 29, 2003, at 02:00 PM, Derek Shaw wrote:
I wonder if I am just too early an adopter for some of this stuff :-)
Probably; join the club :-)
I have a separate thread from my main application that I need to get an
NSURLConnection running in. We had some custtom HTTP code that I want
replace with the wonderful NSURL framework :-)
IME WebKit isn't very happy running multi-threaded; trying to load two
WebViews in separate threads resulted in bad behavior, though I didn't
try to investigate more fully. Plain Web Foundation might work better
Keep in mind, I inherited the thread code so I am not all that
My thread is started like this:
So does the initWithRequest add a port of some kind onto the threads
loop? What order should I do things in, if any?
I have tried calling [currentRunLoop run] on the thread before
connection as well as polling using
No matter what I seem to do, the delegate methods never get called
calling initWithRequest. Which does return successfully.
Run loops don't run automagically except in the main thread (where
NSApplication runs it, I think). You have to keep calling a method
which runs the run loop (I like limitDateForMode:) in your
workerThreadProc (after doing the initWithRequest) or nothing will run.
I think runMode:beforeDate distantFuture might not work because it
runs the run loop only once, then blocks.
Another option is to restructure workerThreadProc so the queue is an
input to the run loop, and make workerThreadProc itself do nothing but
run the run loop. I don't know the details of how to do that.
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