Version: 3.0.4
wxBusyCursor Class Reference

#include <wx/utils.h>

Detailed Description

This class makes it easy to tell your user that the program is temporarily busy.

Just create a wxBusyCursor object on the stack, and within the current scope, the hourglass will be shown.

For example:

for (int i = 0; i < 100000; i++)
DoACalculation();

It works by calling wxBeginBusyCursor() in the constructor, and wxEndBusyCursor() in the destructor.

Library:  wxCore
Category:  Miscellaneous
See also
wxBeginBusyCursor(), wxEndBusyCursor(), wxWindowDisabler

Public Member Functions

 wxBusyCursor (const wxCursor *cursor=wxHOURGLASS_CURSOR)
 Constructs a busy cursor object, calling wxBeginBusyCursor(). More...
 
 ~wxBusyCursor ()
 Destroys the busy cursor object, calling wxEndBusyCursor(). More...
 

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

wxBusyCursor::wxBusyCursor ( const wxCursor cursor = wxHOURGLASS_CURSOR)

Constructs a busy cursor object, calling wxBeginBusyCursor().

wxBusyCursor::~wxBusyCursor ( )

Destroys the busy cursor object, calling wxEndBusyCursor().