GDBus tests: Use G_SOURCE_REMOVE, G_SOURCE_CONTINUE
The meaning of the boolean result of a GSource function is clearer if we use these aliases.
GDBus: Add G_DBUS_METHOD_INVOCATION_HANDLED, _UNHANDLED
Like G_SOURCE_REMOVE and G_SOURCE_CONTINUE, these make it clearer what it means to return TRUE or FALSE.
In particular, in GDBus methods that fail, the failure case still needs to return TRUE (unlike the typical GError pattern), leading to comments like this:
g_dbus_method_invocation_return_error (invocation, ...); return TRUE; /* handled */
which can now be replaced by:
g_dbus_method_invocation_return_error (invocation, ...); return G_DUS_METHOD_INVOCATION_HANDLED;
G_DBUS_METHOD_INVOCATION_UNHANDLED is added for symmetry, but is very rarely (perhaps never?) useful in practice.
GDBus: Use G_DBUS_METHOD_INVOCATION_HANDLED in method implementations