I just committed gudev-1.0 to udev-extras. GUdev isn’t a particulary big library, it’s just a thin wrapper around libudev with integration bits for the GLib main loop and support for GObject Introspection.
For example, we seem to be doing the wrong thing for default annotations in some cases. Another example is the fact that gjs lacks a print() function, Seed can’t handle GStrv properties (works in gjs), lack of support for string arrays in gjs (works in Seed), neither Seed nor gjs supports Shebang support (gjs bug, Seed bug).
So all in all, trying to make my new small library introspectable.. was kinda.. much more work than I expected.. and most of the time was spent with the Seed and gjs runtimes trying to figure out what was wrong.
Anyway, I don’t want to sound all negative.. with all the work going on in this area, it looks like it’s going to rock once corner cases like mentioned above are ironed out. Rock on!