I am using win32gdk version 3.10/2. The following script is used to launch my application:void maingui(const char *fname="")
CAnalysis *pm = new CAnalysis(gClient->GetRoot(),800,700);
if (fname && *fname) pm->ProcessInputFile(fname);
}where CAnalysis is a TGMainFrame derived class. When root + the script are launched from the command line asroot -l maingui.cppeverything works fine - the gui gets drawn and the user can interact with it just fine.
When root + the script are launched asroot -l maingui.cpp(\"input.proc\") then the ProcessInputFile() method is called - this may take minutes to complete (it is liberally peppered with gSystem->ProcessEvents() calls). The problem is that the gui does not completely paint itself until ProcessInputFile() completes - no menubar, toolbar or sliders are drawn, One shutter and its buttons are drawn, but no text is displayed and the status-bar is not laid out properly. Is there way to force the gui to completely paint itself before (or even while)ProcessInputFile completes? Thanks
The current cvs version does not have the problem. Thank you!
I still need to verify this version before I can release to my users - there were occasional gui crashes I saw with 4.00/03 that I never saw in 3.10/02 (13-Apr-2004 email: TCanvas::HandleInput() crash in kMouseMotion case), still some problems including Form() behavior and the new TH2::Draw(“colz”) behavior that I need to work around before I can start using it.