Add a --quit commandline argument
Clicking the close button in gnome-calendar don't always close all the instances of the application. It would be nice if a
--quit command line argument is added that would actually close the application if open.
This is implemented in applications like
How to reproduce
- Open gnome-shell search
- Type in "Calendar"
- Open gnome-calendar
- Close it using close button
The window is closed, but an instance of gnome-calendar is still running as a gapplication-service, which I think was run by gnome-shell search provider.
--quitcommandline argument that quits the running instance of the application
--quitquits the running application