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    Default Is it possible to catch app crash in a widget?

    Hello,

    As far as I searched on the web, I couldn't find a method(excluding using third parties) to catch application crash in a specific widget. For example, when I close the widget, I could catch it in QWidget::closeEvent(...) callback. I wonder is there any method like QWidget::closeEvent(...) or any other way to catch application crash?

    Or similarly, is there any way to catch app close if the app is closed from task manager?

    Thanks in advance...

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    Default Re: Is it possible to catch app crash in a widget?

    You can intercept the SIGSEGV C signal using the signal() call or its equivalent.
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