gdk_drag_motion(): What is it good for?

Here's another obscure question:

There is a gdk_drag_motion() function. The documentation says
Updates the drag context when the pointer moves or the set of actions
changes. This function is called by the drag source.
But I can't find any use of this function in any GTK+ example or GNOME
code. Should it really be a public function?

The documentation for gdk_drag_status() says
"This function is called by the drag destination in response to
gdk_drag_motion() called by the drag source." But I think maybe that
really means "in response to the drag_motion signal emitted by the drag
source", in which case gdk_drag_motion() would not be involved.

Murray Cumming
murrayc murrayc com

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