[PyQt] multiple QThread simultaneously

Demetrius Cassidy dcassidy36 at mass.rr.com
Wed Apr 29 22:36:02 BST 2009

I don't see why there would be a limit. Can you post a sample code?

NARCISO, Rui wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a class MyThread that inherits from QThread and I would like to be
> able to run multiple instances of MyThread in parallel (even if one has to
> wait while the other completes).
> I have tried with a simple instanciation of MyThread, connecting to a
> signal I emit within MyThread and then starting it...
> The problem I have is that if I start a newly created MyThread I get an
> error from the previous one (I think) when I try to emit my signal ...
> Why is this happening ? Can I not have serveral instances of the same
> thread running at the same time ?
> Thanks
> Rui
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