--- Comment #12 from Michael Catanzaro <mcatanz...@gnome.org> ---
(In reply to Kai Willadsen from comment #11)
> Pushing this issue on to applications by suggesting that they've been doing
> something unsupported this whole time is not a very reasonable position to
Stuff like this has been par for the course for GTK+ 3 thus far. It just needs
a docs update.
TL;DR GTK+ 3.22 will be stable LTS, and breaking changes like this will no
longer be allowed in GTK+ 3... starting next week.
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