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by rgipd
14 Sep 2012, 10:28
Forum: SFS2X Java / Android API
Topic: Java SE API Concurrency problem
Replies: 5
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Re: Java SE API Concurrency problem

Ok! Thanks Lapo! Qucik question: the others API for clients, like ActionScript, iOS, works the same way? That is better not remove the current listener on dispatch() method? By the way, I was developing an Application that I had the need to remove one listener because of memory and to give room to a...
by rgipd
13 Sep 2012, 18:32
Forum: SFS2X Java / Android API
Topic: Java SE API Concurrency problem
Replies: 5
Views: 3401

Re: Java SE API Concurrency problem

Hi Lapo, So you think that is better have one class as IEventListener and add only this class to clientAPI.addEventListener() and only at appliication closes, disconnect and release handlers (clientAPI.removeEventListener()) ?! Because I have two classes with IEventListener, that "watches"...
by rgipd
11 Sep 2012, 12:52
Forum: SFS2X Java / Android API
Topic: Java SE API Concurrency problem
Replies: 5
Views: 3401

Java SE API Concurrency problem

Hi! I'm currently doing quick tests and demos with SFS2x Java API. I'm using Swing UI for it. I can post all the code here, but I'm using a quick example to show the problem... I have the classe conn.Login . It's implements the IEventListener SFS2x class for handling events from the client API. Some...

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