- Jobs, Tasks and Toolkits (08.07.05) — Yesterday and today I fiddled a lot in these concepts. more
- Job.done() without message (22.05.05) — If Job.done() is called without a message, there will no longer be a notice with the default message "Success", but no notice at all. Terminating a Job without message just means that the Job has nothing special to say, it just did it's work and that's all. UI.onJobDone() must now support the case of a None message.
- jobs now interruptible (feature 18.04.05) — A Job on the Console reacts now to Escape. At least on a Windows console (if msvcrt is available). The UI may now subclass Job. So Task can no longer be a subclass of Job. But it contains a Job instance. more