I'm trying to figure out how to automate
a browser based on Gtk2::MozEmbed.
The problem is normally you call Gtk2->main()
and there things are stuck, but in this case
I want to be able to script when certain things
should happen rather than wait for events (I don't
even care if the window is shown). So I think I have
to not use `main'. So I'm  experimenting with that.
I derived this from one of the test files:

use strict;
use warnings;

use Gtk2 '-init';

my $window = Gtk2::Object->new ("Gtk2::Window");
my $object = Gtk2::Object->new ("Gtk2::Label");
my $event = Gtk2::Gdk::Event->new ("button-press");
$event->button (1);
$event->time (time);
$event->state ([qw/shift-mask control-mask/]);

Gtk2::Gdk::Event->put ($event);

$window->add ($object);

$object->propagate_event ($event);

my $events = 0;
while (Gtk2->events_pending) {
    my $retval = Gtk2->main_iteration_do(0);

    print "event num=$events, ";

sleep 2;

I don't really know what the hell I'm doing, though.
Are there any more examples of this kind of thing,
or am I going about it the wrong way (if you can
tell from my crappy explanation)?

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