Re: applications quit with gnome-terminal

On Sat, May 20, 2000 at 01:11:42PM -0400, Havoc Pennington wrote:
> The fact that Emacs quits when you exit is just that bash kills its
> child jobs when it exits. tcsh doesn't kill backgrounded jobs (it does
> a "disown" automatically, bash requires you to manually "disown").
> Owen suggested that Zvt could check argv[0] of the child, if it's bash
> delete_event on the gnome-terminal could send "logout" to the child
> instead of destroying the window. If there are stopped jobs the logout
> won't do anything. Seems like a scary hack to me, but...

It only sends a sighup.  Perhaps gnome apps could be changed to get sighup
and act correctly.  You could for example just delete all open windows.


George <>
   Man will occasionally stumble over the truth, 
   but most times he will pick himself up and carry on.
                       -- Winston Churchill

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