strange compiling behaviour


   The following is my problem:
My program was supposed to read:

   gtk_widget_set_events(widget, GDK_BUTTON_PRESS_MASK);

but instead i misspelled it to be

   gtk_widget_set_event(widget, GDK_BUTTON_PRESS_MASK);

The code compiled without a complaint from gcc (3.0.4 btw), only the linker said 'undefinded reference'. Isn't this odd? Is there a function called 'gtk_widget_set_event', and if it is, why does the linker complain? If not, why does gcc not complain?
   Is this a gcc bug or a gtk bug? Or is it me? Any clues anyone?

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