No, he's talking about handling notifications from a desktop environment
that strongly suggest to the application that it should exit.

On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 5:47 AM, Göran Hasse <gor...@raditex.nu> wrote:

>
> You should be talking of "quit" an application. And to notice when an
> application (a process)
> exits it is possible to know.
>
> I is always possible to make a service listen on a socket and take
> connections from
> afar without "logging in" to the operating system.
>
> /gh
>
> Den 2016-11-30 kl. 20:47, skrev Igor Korot:
> >  Hi, ALL,
> > What is the way to go to catch the logging off event in the GTK+ app?
> > For both GTK+2 and GTK+3.
> >
> > Thank you.
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