Thank you for the link to that thread, it was very informative.
I have yet to find any sort of workaround. I tried trapping all the TERM
type signals but no luck there.
Is doing a non blocking wait still under discussion?
Actually, for my purposes it doesn't matter whether the wait is blocking,
because I just need to
run a gedit style "Save changes?" dialog. Or, if I only had a second, just
save some sort of backup.
It seems like several different plugins could take advantage of that because
they make temporary images.
(or would this still be only on plugin quit and not gimp quit?)
Thanks again for your continued assistance,
On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 12:47 PM, Sven Neumann <s...@gimp.org> wrote:
> I very much doubt that any real-world plug-in is actually using the quit
> function. I tried to use it once in a patch attached to
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