On Thu, Jun 19, 2014 at 11:41 AM, crow <wen...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the suggestion.
> For my script, I want to download a picture from internet & show it in a 
> window, that's why I use wxPython.
> Well, I think I may can avoid sleep in wxPython in 2 ways:
> 1. Use web.py, let python do backend work, let browser show me everything. As 
> you suggested.

I've done this one a few times, although on Linux I tend to just use
gnome-open or xdg-open and let the file be displayed with whatever's
configured - there's usually some sort of image viewer available on
the systems I use.

> 2. Write 2 scripts, one script do network related works, sleep at will; the 
> other one show GUI. Use pipe or socket for process communication.

3. Write one script. First do the network stuff, sleep at will; then,
when it's finished downloading, show the window.

That might be easier!


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