Windows Event Window abstraction for GLib

If you ever wrote a console like application for windows and you need this application to deal with the signals the operative system is sending to it for closing it, you might already know that it is not so easy. If you taskkill the application or if you have this application running while the uninstaller runs, it will send a WM_CLOSE signal to the application, in order to catch this signal you need to have a Window, if you do not have a window you will not be able to handle it, or at least this is the recommended way I have found out on the Microsoft documentation. In order to make your life easier at NICE we developed a small class that creates a hidden window for you and allows you do listen to signals for that Window. This class can be found in the nice-mit repository.

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