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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Inactive Session Post 302075706 by grial on Tuesday 6th of June 2006 10:54:27 AM
Old 06-06-2006
That looks like a programming matter... You should "catch" the closing window event or whatever it's called.. Or something like that... ? don't know...
 
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Tk_HandleEvent(3)					       Tk Library Procedures						 Tk_HandleEvent(3)

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NAME
Tk_HandleEvent - invoke event handlers for window system events SYNOPSIS
#include <tk.h> Tk_HandleEvent(eventPtr) ARGUMENTS
XEvent *eventPtr (in) Pointer to X event to dispatch to relevant handler(s). It is important that all unused fields of the struc- ture be set to zero. _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTION
Tk_HandleEvent is a lower-level procedure that deals with window events. It is called by Tcl_ServiceEvent (and indirectly by Tcl_DoOneEvent), and in a few other cases within Tk. It makes callbacks to any window event handlers (created by calls to Tk_CreateEven- tHandler) that match eventPtr and then returns. In some cases it may be useful for an application to bypass the Tk event queue and call Tk_HandleEvent directly instead of calling Tcl_QueueEvent followed by Tcl_ServiceEvent. This procedure may be invoked recursively. For example, it is possible to invoke Tk_HandleEvent recursively from a handler called by Tk_HandleEvent. This sort of operation is useful in some modal situations, such as when a notifier has been popped up and an application wishes to wait for the user to click a button in the notifier before doing anything else. KEYWORDS
callback, event, handler, window Tk Tk_HandleEvent(3)

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