--- Comment #13 from Kai Willadsen <> ---
(In reply to Michael Catanzaro from comment #12)
> Stuff like this has been par for the course for GTK+ 3 thus far. It just
> needs a docs update.

Sadly, I'm all too familiar...

> But see:
> in-gtk/
> 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.

Thanks for that pointer. I wasn't aware that that the actually-stable release
had been moved up to 3.22 since the hackfest discussions.

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