question about g_thread_init call

glib-2.13.1 introduced the memory corruption message, when g_thread_init wasn't called before any other glib functions. Now with 2.13.7, the necessity of this call is gone. I was able to get a patch checked into the trunk for mozilla products, that g_thread_init is called at first. As a corresponding patch for the Branch (firefox-2.0.0.x) is still pending, my question is, if I should still go now to get the patch into the mozilla branch? To be precise, is it still recommended to call g_thread_init at first if possible or is now just a matter of "taste" or is it even worse to patch programs that do not use the g_thread_init call convention?
Thanks alot for suggestions Walter

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