johnmacshea at gmail.com
Sun Oct 11 09:58:12 PDT 2009
(you are going to kick yourself) you have misplaced the colon between
target and self - there is a comma there, and the colon has been
placed in front of "target", so the method is not being recognised.
selector:"synchronise_with_server:", userInfo:nil, repeats:true)
as for threads - maybe someone else could chime in with a preference -
but I do it the Cocoa way (eg http Connection delegates or timers) -
but for data crunching using all cores I will use something like
Laurent's barber shop code: http://www.macruby.org/blog/2009/10/07/macruby05b1.html
On Oct 11, 2009, at 6:19 PM, Robert Rice wrote:
> Congratulations MacRuby Development Team:
> My application almost runs now in MacRuby.
> Is NSTimer class supported in MacRuby?
> I was doing background processing using NSTimer as follows:
> @timer = NSTimer.scheduledTimerWithTimeInterval( 5.0, :target,
> self, :selector, :periodicUpdate, :userInfo, nil, :repeats, true )
> but this now gives me the error:
> undefined method `scheduledTimerWithTimeInterval' for NSTimer:Class
> Do you have a preferred method for doing backgound tasks in MacRuby
> - perhaps separate threads?
> Bob Rice
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