You mean having and expressing an opinion about the lack of documentation with examples? I only ever say anything like that if I can't find an explanatory solution after substantial googling. Of course, I must be the first to ever complain about this LoL :=), especially after a default feature change globally that breaks existing programs :=)
Since it creates distractions, I will try in future to maintain a professional Spock-like impassivity here which reveals none of my actual personality or opinions or frustrations in re-visiting gtk2-perl, since these are apparently of no value and are best directed upstream, at the Gtk+ project in this case. As we all know Real Coders don't have any opinions about sacred APIs and venerate decisions made in upstream projects in awe and silence.
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