Re: gnome-terminal --use-factory

>I would have thought that --use-factory would be the prefered default in
>most cases, and that people who definitely want seperate processes could
>specify a --no-factory option.

There's a tradeoff between memory use and robustness. Using --use-factory 
--start-factory-server makes all terminals start in the same process, but if 
you kill any of them (not just the one which started the server) using the 
window manager, they all die.


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