Thanks all for your great help, I will play a little with
Win32::GUI::ThreadUtils to see if it will work fine for RPC calls
As I saw in the examaple files, it looks really easy managing a
thread from this module.
> >Thanks for this information, I've read that Win32::GUI::ThreadUtils
> >currently experimental!? Do you have used Win32::GUI::ThreadUtils
> in a
> >real environment and tested it for stability?
> I've played with Win32::GUI::ThreadUtils, but not in a "production"
> environment and have found it performs very well (it makes threaded
> GUI apps
> so much simpler to build).
> As a side note, I have played a lot with threading (C and perl) with
> Win32::GUI and have found it very stable - just make sure you have a
> version of Perl (5.8.7+). You should have no problem running a web
> server in
> one thread, and responding to Win32::GUI events in another. You can
> have two windows running (responding to events) in two separate