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    • Florian Müllner's avatar
      review-guidelines: Update signal example · 72750d02
      Florian Müllner authored and Andy Holmes's avatar Andy Holmes committed
      Disposing a GObject - which is what Clutter.Actor.destroy() does - will
      disconnect all handlers that are connected to any of that object's
      signals.
      
      That is, the current example actually shows a case where it is perfectly
      fine to *not* disconnect signals explicitly. Replace it with an example
      where disconnecting the signal is strictly necessary.
      72750d02
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