Python Signal Emitter Race Condition Question
thiago at kde.org
Wed Aug 1 09:51:17 PDT 2007
Jim Kytola wrote:
>For full disclosure, I have another script that listens for
> NameOwnerChanged and when it finds the org.mozilla.thunderbird.DBus
> change, connects a callback function to the NewMail signal - so by
> successful run, I mean the callback function gets fired. It's certainly
> possible that my problem is on that side, but it does seem strange that
> I'm seeing the NewMail signal before the GetNameOwner method call in
> the bad run.
This is your problem: you're waiting for the application to register.
Connect the signal as soon as the listener starts. When the application
starts, register and emits the signal, your listener will have already
set everything up. In fact, it won't even need to listen for the
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