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Re: Gtk+4.0

> When GTK+ breaks the API, it doesn't mean that a higher-level library
> needs to break API too.

That depends.

You are right that a lot of API changes can be hidden.

But if the higher-level library has an API  that includes a type
which is being removed, then the API will have to be

And if your library depends on a feature that is being removed
then your library probably cannot be saved with an API break.

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