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> Qt and QtRuby have complete support for networking integrated into the
> Qt event loop via classes such as Qt::SocketNotifier, Qt::TcpSocket or
> Qt::Ftp, and so you might be better off using them rather than ruby
> threads or extra processes. Otherwise, you can set a Qt::Timer to
> periodically call a slot and allow the Ruby interpreter to run the
> code in the threads as another reply suggested.
> 
> -- Richard

Thanks for the ideas!



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