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I scarfed the Tk code Im presenting here from Re: Tk perl much thanks to Jouke.

My question is though, how to make the nodes appear in realtime as they are processing instead of all at once when they are done. This particular code is being run on a w2k workstation, if that matters.

the code
use strict; use mship; use Tk; my $host; $|++; #First create a new mainwindow my $mainwindow = new Tk::MainWindow(); #Then create a textwidget (called 'Scrolled', with subtype 'Text") my $text = $mainwindow->Scrolled("Text", -scrollbars => 'se')->pack(-e +xpand => 1, -fill => 'both'); for ( 0 .. 54 ) { get($_); last if ($_ == 53 ) } # create a closebutton my $button = $mainwindow->Button(-text => "close", -command => sub {$m +ainwindow->destroy()})->pack(); # start the main loop! MainLoop; sub get { my $node = shift; $host = sprintf ("%02d", $node) ; my %status = mship::connection("$host", "13"); my $stats=($status{status} == 0) ? "Up" : "Down"; $text->insert('end', "$status{remote_name} is $stats\n"); }
the code for is here
use strict; use warnings; package mship; use IO::Socket::INET; use Socket; use Carp; =head1 NAME mship - The mothership connection or how I learned to stop worrying and trust the script. =head1 VERSION Version 0.04 =cut our $VERSION = '0.04'; =head1 SYNOPSIS use mship; my %status=mship::connection('IP', 'TCP_PORT'); my $status=mship::mstat('HOST', 'TCP_PORT') ? "Up" : "Down"; ... =head1 FUNCTIONS =head2 connection =cut ############## sub connection ############## { my $IP = shift; my $TCP_PORT = shift; my ( $ipadd, $port_name, $remote_name ); $ipadd = Socket::inet_aton($IP) or croak "$IP is not valid\n"; $port_name = getservbyport($TCP_PORT, 'tcp') or $port_name = "unknown"; $remote_name = gethostbyaddr( $ipadd, 2 ) or print "Unable to resolve hostname for $IP\n"; my %stats = ( 'IP' => $IP, 'PORT' => $TCP_PORT, 'port_name' => $port_name, 'remote_name' => $remote_name, 'status' => &mstat($IP, $TCP_PORT) ); return %stats or carp "unable to return the value of \%stats\n";; } =head2 mstat =cut ############# sub mstat ############# { my ( $host, $tcp_port ) = @_; my $isvalid = Socket::inet_aton($host) or croak "$host is not valid\n"; my $sock = IO::Socket::INET ->new( Timeout => 2, PeerAddr => $host, PeerPort => $tcp_port, Proto => 'tcp' ); return $sock ? 1 : 0; carp "Unable to return $sock\n"; } =head1 AUTHOR Ted Fiedler, C<< <> >> =head1 BUGS Please report any bugs or feature requests to C<> =head1 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS =head1 COPYRIGHT & LICENSE Copyright 2003, 2004, 2005 Ted Fiedler, All Rights Reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify i +t under the same terms as Perl itself. =cut 1; # End of mship

Thanks in advance
"That which we persist in doing becomes easier, not that the task itself has become easier, but that our ability to perform it has improved."
  --Ralph Waldo Emerson

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