continuing/stopping signal emission

When writing a new signal handler, I *always* have to go back and find an
example piece of code to remind myself whether I stop signal propagation
with FALSE or TRUE, because neither one has any mnemonic significance for me
in this context.  How difficult would it be to add a new enum to gtk that
defines symbols that are more suggestive of the author's intended action?
Something like:

    typedef enum
    } GtkSignalPropagationChoices;

I write this not being certain I have the values correct, but I know the
names will mean something to me if I see them.  ;-)

Skip Montanaro (skip pobox com)

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