Standalone app as Frankensteinian Monster

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Thu Oct 26 14:47:49 EDT 2006


Hi Hugh,

On Windows, you need to cancel pending messages, close all stack,  
stop externals and stop running handlers to make sure that your  
application really quits.

Best,

Mark

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Op 26-okt-2006, om 20:31 heeft FlexibleLearning at aol.com het volgende  
geschreven:

> Hi Mark
>
> Well, it looks like you are doing a lot of unnecessary stuff. If  
> you want  to
> 'quit', all pendingMessages will terminate and all stacks will close
> automatically. If I read you right you need you only need...
>
> on closeStackRequest -- confirm whether to close the window
> answer question "Are you sure you want to quit the entire program?"  
> with
> "Yes"  or "No"
> if it is "No" then exit closeStackrequest
>   if "ReloadingPrefs" is among the lines of the openStacks then
>     save stack  "ExtraFiles/ReloadingPrefs.rev"
> close stack  "ExtraFiles/ReloadingPrefs.rev"
>   end if
>   pass closeStackrequest
> end closeStackrequest
>
> Or am I missing something obvious here?




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