Re: Difference between delete-window and logout

Havoc Pennington wrote:
On Thu, Jul 03, 2003 at 08:59:46AM -0700, Joe Kelsey wrote:

gnome-terminal behaves differently if I use the "delete-window" button on the (window-manager-supplied) title bar and when I use the logout button on the Gnome Panel.

I think you're probably seeing a vte bug that should be fixed in CVS,
where it didn't close down ptys until the whole gnome-terminal process
exited. (All the open windows are in the same process by default, so
logging out exits the process but closing one of the windows doesn't.)

I think that you just described the *opposite* problem. In the problem I have, closing a single window correctly exits the shell. Closing the entire gnome-terminal process using the WM control correctly exits the shells. Logging-out *does not* exit the shells. It doesn't matter that the tabbed windows belong to the same group, the shells running in them do setpgrp as one of their first acts.


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