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how to make emacs prompt me before closing the last emacs gui frame when
how to make emacs prompt me before closing the last emacs gui frame when running emacs as a daemon?
Sun, 5 Feb 2017 00:34:42 -0200
I now that if I set:
(setq confirm-kill-emacs 'y-or-n-p)
Then Emacs prompts me before I *kill* it.
But I want emacs to prompt me before I close my last gui frame (prompting
me before killing any frame would be very helpful already).
When you run emacs in daemon-mode, closing the last gui frame does not kill
emacs and thus the aforementioned setting does not work.
The problem is that sometimes I overpress my keybind to quit emacs windows
(evil-quit) and I endup quiting also my current gui frame,
which is annoying.
I know that before deleting the frame, emacs runs the functions that are
listed in the variable delete-frame-functions,
so I thought I could include a function there that would prompt me to query
if I really wanted to kill the frame.
But it is not clear from the documentation what I would have to do inside
that function to stop the process of killing the frame.
Another idea would be to add an advice to evil-quit, like: if daemon-p is t
then evil-quit have to prompt me to quit my current frame.
Or Something like that?
ps: I run GUI emacs from both OSx and GNU/Linux.
Thanks in advance!
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