author Sam Lantinga <>
Sat, 18 May 2013 14:17:52 -0700
changeset 7191 75360622e65f
parent 6885 700f1b25f77f
child 8149 681eb46b8ac4
permissions -rw-r--r--
File style cleanup for the SDL 2.0 release

  Simple DirectMedia Layer
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 *  \file SDL_quit.h
 *  Include file for SDL quit event handling.

#ifndef _SDL_quit_h
#define _SDL_quit_h

#include "SDL_stdinc.h"
#include "SDL_error.h"

 *  \file SDL_quit.h
 *  An ::SDL_QUIT event is generated when the user tries to close the application
 *  window.  If it is ignored or filtered out, the window will remain open.
 *  If it is not ignored or filtered, it is queued normally and the window
 *  is allowed to close.  When the window is closed, screen updates will
 *  complete, but have no effect.
 *  SDL_Init() installs signal handlers for SIGINT (keyboard interrupt)
 *  and SIGTERM (system termination request), if handlers do not already
 *  exist, that generate ::SDL_QUIT events as well.  There is no way
 *  to determine the cause of an ::SDL_QUIT event, but setting a signal
 *  handler in your application will override the default generation of
 *  quit events for that signal.
 *  \sa SDL_Quit()

/* There are no functions directly affecting the quit event */

#define SDL_QuitRequested() \
        (SDL_PumpEvents(), (SDL_PeepEvents(NULL,0,SDL_PEEKEVENT,SDL_QUIT,SDL_QUIT) > 0))

#endif /* _SDL_quit_h */