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    Unify shutdown handling under NS, via ns-power-off key event (where... · c6c62e78
    David Reitter authored
    Unify shutdown handling under NS, via ns-power-off key event (where appropriate) and save-buffers-kill-emacs.
    remove  NS-specific preferences window that used to show NS-specific preferences.
    Integrate preferences in Lisp accessible customization system where possible.
    Remove ns-expand-space, because it can be set only during fontloading (i.e. not at runtime),
    and because of redundancy with line-spacing frame parameter.
    Remove loading of most and saving of all NS resources (from org.gnu.Emacs.plist).
    nsterm.m (ns_shutdown_properly, -terminate): remove global state variable as it was never reset
    (ns_term_init): remove initialization of Lisp-settable defaults and ns_expand_space
    (-setPanelFromDefaultValues): remove ns_expand_space.
    (-showPreferencesWindow): send new KEY_NS_SHOW_PREFS key.
    nsfont.m (nsfont_open): remove ns_expand_space, assume -0.5 i.e. no additional spacing, similar to Carbon port.
    nsterm.h: define KEY_NS_SHOW_PREFS key.
    nsfns.m (ns-popup-prefs-panel): remove.
    term/ns-win.el (ns-expand-space): remove.
    (ns-show-prefs event): run `customize'.
    (ns-power-off): run `save-buffers-kill-emacs', but ask user whether to save files (as is standard)
    (clipboard-yank, clipboard-kill-ring-save, clipboard-kill-region)
    (menu-bar-enable-clipboard): do not undefine these.
    (ns-save-preferences,ns-save-options,ns-show-preferences-help): remove.
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