Add killed argument for webContents.on("crashed") and app.on("gpu-process-crashed") events #7241

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miniak commented Sep 18, 2016 edited

This indicates whether the renderer or gpu process was killed intentionally. Chrome's sad tab also distinguishes between crashed and killed tabs.

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zcbenz commented Sep 19, 2016

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@zcbenz zcbenz merged commit 26004f1 into electron:master Sep 19, 2016

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Update dependency: electron v1.4.1 #648

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