|Subject:||[RFC] Option to kill `emacs --daemon' when closing the last client frame|
|Date:||Tue, 19 Oct 2021 21:20:35 -0700|
This would allow for a behavior similar to other (graphical) programs: if I run `firefox example.com', it starts a new instance as normal. If I run it again, it opens a new tab in the existing instance. If I close all the Firefox windows, all the associated processes terminate.
I didn't see any options to configure this behavior in Emacs, but looking over the code, it shouldn't be that hard for me to write a patch to add this as an option. Before I started though, I wanted to see what others thought. Is this a behavior others would be interested in? If so, are there any other particulars I should take into account in my patch?
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