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TextEditRules::Notify() is a method called by timer. So, this won't be in the stack of editor handling an edit action. This should call a method of editor class and editor class should handle it with TextEditRules.
TextEditRules::Notify() is callback of the timer. Therefore, this won't be in the stack while editor handles an edit action. Then, TextEditRules cannot access edit action data which will be put on the stack after fixing bug 1465702. So, it should do it after once calling a method of editor instance (and editor instance should call back proper TextEditRules method).
Pushed by firstname.lastname@example.org: https://hg.mozilla.org/integration/autoland/rev/ca2018e79dc0 Make TextEditRules::Notify() hide input characters via editor instance r=m_kato
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