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Thanks all,
I put the following together using the tips from perldoc -q "tail -f". As a POE user I was under the impression that the Tk tail would fail on Win32 due to the lack of fileevent - I haven't used it recently so it may be fixed.

This first version hangs onto the filehandle as you say so it needs some thought to emulate --follow=name.

#! perl use strict; use warnings; use Tk; # my $file = "C:\\openejb-0.8.3\\openejb.log"; # my $title = "Tk Tail"; my $version = "1.0"; my $mw = new MainWindow( -title => $title ); # Nicer fixed-width font... $mw->fontCreate( 'listboxfont', -family => 'courier', -size => '8' ); my $fr = $mw->Frame()->pack( -expand => 1, -fill => 'both' ); # $fr->Label( -text => "File to tail" )->pack; $fr->Entry( -textvariable => \$file, -width => '50', -font => 'listboxfont', )->pack; $fr->Button( -text => 'GO', -command => \&gopush )->pack; my $listbox = $mw->Scrolled( 'Listbox', -setgrid => '1', -height => '10', -width => '50', -font => 'listboxfont', -selectmode => 'extended', -scrollbars => 'se', -bg => 'black', -fg => 'green', ); $listbox->pack( -expand => 'yes', -fill => 'both', -pady => '3' ); my $fr_statusbar = $mw->Frame( -relief => 'sunken', -borderwidth => '1', )->pack( -fill => 'x' ); #~ $fr_statusbar->Label( -image => $smallicon )->pack(-side => 'left') +; $fr_statusbar->Label( -text => "Version: $version" )->pack( -side => ' +left' ); # sub gopush { close F; open F, '<', $file or die $!; timerstart(); } # repeating actions... my $timerid; sub timerstart { &timerstop(); $timerid = $mw->repeat( 1000, \&timerproc ); } sub timerstop { if ($timerid) { $timerid->cancel; } } sub timerproc { while (<F>) { chomp; my $text = $_; $listbox->insert( 'end', $text ); $listbox->see('end'); $mw->update(); } seek( F, 0, 1 ); } MainLoop();

In reply to Re: POE, was Re: Tk tail -f - How? by msemtd
in thread Tk tail -f - How? by msemtd

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