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Re: Freezing frameset-restore

From: martin rudalics
Subject: Re: Freezing frameset-restore
Date: Thu, 06 Mar 2014 18:27:18 +0100

>   CLEANUP allows to \"clean up\" the frame list after restoring a frameset:
>     :delete  Delete all frames that weren't restored.  This is the default.

Why the term "restored" here and not "reused"?

>     :keep    Keep all frames.
>     FUNC     A function called with two arguments:
>              - FRAME, a live frame.
>              - ACTION, which can be one of
>                :rejected  Frame existed, but was not a candidate for reuse.
>                :ignored   Frame existed, was a candidate, but wasn't reused.
>                :reused    Frame existed, was a candidate, and restored upon.
>                :created   Frame didn't exist, was created and restored upon.

IIUC "cleanup" means to take care of frames that were not "reused".  I
understand that we should take care of "rejected" or "ignored" frames.
But why care about "reused" and "created" ones?


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