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package org.uberfire.ext.widgets.common.client.ace;
import  com.google.gwt.core.client.JavaScriptObject;

Callback interface for events generated by AceEditor. Note that the argument the callback receives is a JavaScriptObject, so you will probably need to use JSNI to make use of it.
public interface AceEditorCallback {
Callback method.

Parameters:
obj the event object: for example, an onChange event if this callback is receiving onChange events
	public void invokeAceCallback( JavaScriptObject obj );
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