Re: [hatari-devel] Re: immortal hatari

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Perhaps I shouldn't have used the term 'Hatari UI' in my original post. That seems to be another, different component :-)

I just meant Hatari itself (v1.8.0) when launched on its own, sometimes does not clean up its window when quit. This is without using the python Hatari UI - just plain Hatari installed via apt-get and launched from the console with 'hatari'.

It happened again today so it's not cured, as I thought. It may just be inconsistent.

When this occurs (either by using the QUIT button, or hitting the red window X), the 'hatari' process is terminated and no longer in the process list. The window however retains the last image shown (usually the TOS desktop or SDL UI) and can be dragged around and minimised as if its still alive. It can't however be closed. 


On 29 October 2016 at 14:52, Eero Tamminen <oak@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 10/29/2016 01:43 PM, Douglas Little wrote:
Hatari UI (python/Gtk script) and Hatari (SDL program) are separate
processes with separate windows.  Hatari window is just embedded inside the
Hatari UI window.

Which of these windows didn't go away, and which of the processes had
disappeared from the process list?

The 'hatari' process disappeared from the list. I didn't notice any other
hatari-named processes afterwards although perhaps there aren't any if its

It just didn't look like a python UI to me - it looked as it does on
Windows with the SDL gui inside the Hatari window.

Hatari (python) UI looks like this:

There's a menubar and some buttons around Hatari SDL window.

Which one remained?

        - Eero

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