Re: [gtk-list] Re: Dialog Boxes - help

Well, sometimes closing the parent window will cause a gtk_main_quit()
sometimes not ( I have a multi-window app ), so I probably need
to check for that and call gtk_main_quit() a second time if it wants to

Would my dialog recieve a "destroy" signal in this setup when the parent
gets destroyed?


Havoc Pennington wrote:
> You can't really prevent delete events; you can set a hint that you don't
> want them but some window managers (Enlightenment for example) ignore it.
> I'm not sure how to set the hint, maybe someone else could post.
> The way to handle this is to connect a delete_event handler which does
> nothing and returns TRUE, preventing the default gtk_widget_destroy()
> action.

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