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bug#1578: emacsclient -c make emacs very slow (under Mac OSX)

From: Adrian Robert
Subject: bug#1578: emacsclient -c make emacs very slow (under Mac OSX)
Date: Sat, 7 Feb 2009 12:37:19 +0200

On Feb 6, 2009, at 8:26 PM, poppyer wrote:

I notice that if I start with "emacs -nw", there is no NSApp (no icon in the osx dock). When I use "emacsclient -c" to open a NS frame, the icon shows up. My idea here is, if I close every NS frame, can we destroy the
NSApp and make it nil again (say by testing the frame count) ? If this
is possible, it at least make emacsclient more usable; and I don't need
to restart Emacs.

This a good idea and would probably meet better with user expectations when the only frame is closed (get rid of the icon in the dock), also applicable when started with --daemon.

I don't have time to work on it right now, so if someone else wants to take a crack.. it shouldn't be that hard (though there could be unexpected gotchas I guess)...

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