[Geany-devel] Multiple instances of Geany issues
hamster at xxxxx
Mon May 24 08:18:59 UTC 2010
On Mon, 24 May 2010 14:38:53 +1000
Lex Trotman <elextr at gmail.com> wrote:
> And I just thought of another one, filetypes files, see
> filetypes_save_commands() called from main_quit() so there can be a
> race here too I think.
- Why are the filetype saves postponded until quit?
- Should the secondary instances do filetype saves?
If we want the filetype save to be consistent with "Edit -> Preferences"
and "Project -> Properties", I think the commands should be saved on
"Build -> Set build commands", for both main and secondary sessions.
And since there is nothing else to be saved, main_quit() will not need
to do filetypes_save_commands(), hence no race.
> On 24 May 2010 01:04, Dimitar Zhekov <hamster at mbox.contact.bg> wrote:
> > Can anyone please test if Windows waits for the WM_QUIT message to be
> > processed before sending a WM_QUIT to another program on logout?
> > Just open 2 Geany-s, modify a file in both of them and logout. If the
> > "Do you want to save?" messages are displayed one by one, we'd better
> > drop the locking/renaming at all, it has too many potential problems.
> Also answered in other thread.
Yes, but I had half an hour today to test under Windows, and found yet
another "On dear!". On Win~1 logout, any modified files are silently
discarded, and the .conf file is not saved (== the normal geany stop
sequence is not executed). This is currently consistent with the X
behaviour - both will lose your files/settings, that is - so I'm not
sure it can be considered a bug... But once we add sm support for X,
the Win~1 logout should be dealt with too.
(BTW, closing 2+ Wordpad-s works just fine for us - the save prompts
appear one by one. Win~1 waits for a program to close before asking
the next program to quit.)
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