Alex Grönholm avatar Alex Grönholm committed ca83f3d

Fixed code block, updated comparison table

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     executor.runBackground(hello, 'world')
 
 This will print "Hello, world" from a background thread. The functionally
-equivalent version using the decorator form is this:
+equivalent version using the decorator form is this::
 
     from swingutils.threads.threadpool import TaskExecutor
 
     executor = TaskExecutor()
 
-	@executor.backgroundTask
+    @executor.backgroundTask
     def hello(name):
        print 'Hello, %s' % name
 
 The following table lists the differences between the various different
 GUI call mechanisms:
 
-===================  =====================  ================================
-Function             Blocks calling thread  Blocks EDT if called from within
-===================  =====================  ================================
-callSwing/swingCall  Yes                    Yes
-runSwing/swingRun    No                     Yes
-runSwingLater        No                     No
-===================  =====================  ================================
+===========================  =====================  ================================
+Function                     Blocks calling thread  Blocks EDT if called from within
+===========================  =====================  ================================
+callSwing/swingCall          Yes                    Yes
+runSwing/swingRun            No                     Yes
+runSwingLater/swingRunLater  No                     No
+===========================  =====================  ================================
 
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