Closes a window and calls the
The generic function
closes the window associated with
, and then calls the interface's
if it has one.
There is a complementary function quit-interface which calls the interface's
to confirm that the destroy should be done, and it is advisable to always use this unless you want to make sure that the interface's
must only be called in the process of
. Menu callbacks on
will be called in that process, but otherwise you probably need to use execute-with-interface or apply-in-pane-process.
:title "Test Interface"
interface 'capi:destroy interface)
LispWorks CAPI Reference Manual - 21 Dec 2009