Thank you Lucky B.C.: Your suggestion works great!! It is exactly what I was looking for. Obviously if the speed of the incoming messages is to hight, on the TextView you do not see anything (but this is not my case).
2018-03-13 20:16 GMT+01:00 Lucky B.C <lblack...@gmail.com>: > Well GtkTextView doesn't do that, and GtkTextBuffer too but it can delete > the range from GtkTextIter start to GtkTextIter end > by gtk_text_buffer_delete , then you can insert again your new message > by gtk_text_buffer_insert! > > On Tue, Mar 13, 2018, 23:02 arkkimede <arkkim...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> HI! >> I written an application GTK3 on Ubuntu 16.04 that essentially, by mean a >> GUI generates an input file used to feed an executable. >> >> This executable print out messages that inform the user about the status >> of >> the run. >> At the moment I'm able to catch this messages and redirect them on a >> GtkTextView. >> >> This executable produces messages like: >> >> Evaluated point n 1 of 1000 >> Evaluated point n 2 of 1000 >> >> etc. >> >> On a simple xtem, using instruction like: >> >> printf("Evaluated point n %4d of %4d \r",iPoint, totalPoints); >> >> I can observe the message always on the same line: the special character >> "\r" put the cursor to the begin of the line but daes not change line. >> >> >> What I would like to know if it is possible implement a similar effect on >> a >> GtkTextView. >> >> Thank You in Advance >> _______________________________________________ >> gtk-app-devel-list mailing list >> firstname.lastname@example.org >> https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gtk-app-devel-list >> > _______________________________________________ gtk-app-devel-list mailing list email@example.com https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gtk-app-devel-list