Re: Gtk3

Torsten Schoenfeld <kaffeetisch gmx de> writes:

Yes, it does.  It was using AUTOLOAD trickery originally, but that
turned out to be too fragile,

What went wrong?  The only thing I can think of is that on registering a
subclass, any methods which it overrides in a superclass would have to
be created immediately, due to perl's usual preference for an existing
superclass method over an AUTOLOAD.

But a method called "set_something_very_unusual()" or whatever could end
up waiting and only created by the AUTOLOAD in Glib::Object if/when

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