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I noticed that Application.Invoke doesn't seem to use a threadsafe
version of g_timeout_add. Is that correct??? Shouldn't it be using:
gdk_threads_add_timeout(...) or using an explicit lock (...) statement?
Application.Invoke is assumed to be used by multi-threaded applications so this
should be important. If it is a bug, I could open a separate ticket.
I presume other places make the same mistake (idle?).
Issue raised here: https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=723148
This has been fixed in recent versions of gtk# 2.12.