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Id: 119209
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Queue: Clutter

Owner: Nobody in particular
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Severity: Normal
Broken in: 1.110
Fixed in: (no value)

Subject: unintended override?
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I'm not sure if this module is still being maintained, or if the below is a bug or just a misunderstanding on my part. I was investigating using Clutter for a simple custom interface, and found the following warning reported when used together with Gtk3: "Subroutine Gtk3::Builder::add_from_string redefined at /home/jeremy/perl5/lib/perl5/ line 802." I looked into the source and saw the following override: sub Gtk3::Builder::add_from_string { my ($builder, $string) = @_; return Glib::Object::Introspection->invoke ( $_CLUTTER_BASENAME, 'Script', 'add_from_string', $builder, $string, length $string); } It seems strange to override a Gtk3::Builder method in the Clutter bindings, and when I looked into the introspection docs for Clutter::Script I see no mention of an "add_from_string" method. I'm wondering if maybe this was just a copy/paste bug that slipped in unnoticed? Regards, Jeremy

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