When I open GnuCash with no file (i.e., “gnucash --nofile”), I find that if I 
immediately attempt to open a different file or exit the program altogether 
(i.e., without doing anything to the current session), I am warned that all 
changes to the current file will be lost. Given that I: a) have made no 
changes, and b) have “nofile” open at the time, this dialog is absurd. 

GnuCash should NOT consider “nofile” to be dirty, and thus should NOT ask that 
I save “nofile”. I don’t see any bugs filed for this.

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