Re: gtk tutorial section on unix signals

Hendrik Tews <tews tcs inf tu-dresden de> writes:

> Hi,
> I would like to write a section for the GTK tutorial that covers
> that unix signals, how to catch and process them.
> Before I spend too much time I would like to ask on this list:
> - Do you think this is a good idea? 
> - Where should I post the example code for discussion, here or on
>   the gtk-list? (I'am not at all a GTK expert.)
> IMHO it makes sense to include unix signals in the tutorial,
> because in a gtk application one has to do more than just calling
> signal (set up a pipe, encode the signals to the pipe, register
> the pipe in the event loop, ...)
I'd rather see that code abstracted and put into GLib (like

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