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Re: Intercepting windowClosed (OS X or in general)

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: Intercepting windowClosed (OS X or in general)
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 11:18:48 -0600
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David Reitter wrote:
> Stefan Monnier  writes:
>>>how would one intercept handling of windowClosed events, that is, when
>>>a user clicks the closer button to delete a frame. I would ideally like to
>>>advise a function to do something special or use a hook.
>>delete-frame-hook, maybe?
> Thanks, but I assume this would be fired when a frame is deleted
> automatically, too. I think there's a function to check if it was a
> mouse event, right?

C-h v last-input-event
C-h v last-command-event
C-h f event-basic-type

> But I found an easier way - that is to redefine handle-delete-frame to
> do what I want.
> Works. (For now, at least.)

Redefined via defadvice, I hope.

> Oh, is there a list of *all* hooks somewhere? This delete-frame-hook
> is not listed on the "standard hooks" page of the elisp manual. Or,
> search documentation for .*-hooks? ?

M-x apropos-variable RET -hook\'

Kevin Rodgers

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