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Petr Hracek
Hello,

I have a little bit serious problem.
My application used to logging module for log into file.

I created Scroll window and TreeView and TextBuffer.
Is there any possibility how to log into TextBuffer instead of into file?

My GUI application after pressing on run will start some installation
(after entering password)
and I would like to show in TextView what operations are done and what
is state of current process.

How to do it?


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Petr Hracek
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Petr Hracek
Well,

finally I have solved that issue with logging handler.
But any another question.

Lets say that I have window, scrollwindow, button and menu bar.
I would like to be sure that all objects are shown and then
start with logging.
How to achieve that?

What is handler for that issue?
I am using visibility event, but it is not enough?


On 04/26/2013 04:44 PM, Petr Hracek wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I have a little bit serious problem.
> My application used to logging module for log into file.
>
> I created Scroll window and TreeView and TextBuffer.
> Is there any possibility how to log into TextBuffer instead of into file?
>
> My GUI application after pressing on run will start some installation
> (after entering password)
> and I would like to show in TextView what operations are done and what
> is state of current process.
>
> How to do it?
>
>


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