Let kquitapp fail verbosely

Ingo Klöcker kloecker at kde.org
Sun May 25 12:13:37 BST 2008

On Sunday 25 May 2008, Stefan Monov wrote:
> Hi, thanks for the comments. :)
> > Since KDE includes are already present I'd use kError() or
> > kWarning() (not kDebug() either way).
> kWarning() outputs:
> kquitapp(4511)/ main: "foo: no application quit"
> Quite ugly and debuggish. At least, the function "main" and the
> quotation marks shouldn't be there. Is kWarning() really intended for
> use with command line tools?
> > Also in theory people can have a notification pop up
> > for these types of events if there's not running kquitapp from the
> > shell.
> But this popup would be annoying if I actually worked in the shell,
> and I don't think kquitapp is told who launched it.
> I attached the current patch for reference.

I suggest to exit with a non-zero exit code if quitting failed.

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