At 20:49 +0200 on 2/12/98, Peter T Mount wrote:
> The 1.1 AWT uses a listener model for it's events. I was thinking of
> creating an Interface that defines a method that is called when a notify
> occurs. Then, the client can create a class that implements this
> Interface, and simply calls an addListener() method in the driver. Then,
> any notify's received will cause the listener to be called.
Hmm, wouldn't using the AWT cause the driver to attempt to initialize the X
windows or something? I know some servlet implementations (Netscape's, for
one) do not support any AWT calls, assuming that when you work through the
web, you don't have an X server, which is true.
Can't it be done with threads, Object.notify() etc.?
Herouth Maoz, Internet developer.
Open University of Israel - Telem project
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