Re: libseed-list Gtk.window.signal.destroy, Gtk.window.signal.hide or does it matter?

Docs help out a bit -

hide - normally you may not want to exit from this, but perhaps show a 'are you really sure you want to do that message'
delete-event - return true to stop the destruction
destroy - games over, almost all the object data has been destroyed.. existing is you only option really..


 --- On 25/Feb/2010, Alan Forbes wrote: 
> I have been using window.signal.hide.connect(Gtk.main_quit); to destroy
> Gtk windows when the destroy event is emitted ( x in pressed in
> decoration / Alt F4 is pressed?) as it was getting used in the Seed
> Examples and on other websites. There was a post on my blog saying that
> window.signal.destroy.connect(Gtk.main_quit); can be used as well. 
> I've tried both commands and they perform the same behaviour. Is this
> just a simple quirk as a possible bug as when destroying a window,  a
> hide event shouldn't be emitted?
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