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Set the runtime-wide check-object-access callback. This function is deprecated. In SpiderMonkey 1.8.1 and later, use
JSCheckAccessOp JS_SetCheckObjectAccessCallback( JSRuntime *rt, JSCheckAccessOp acb);
| || ||The runtime to configure.|
| || ||The new check-object-access callback.|
JS_SetCheckObjectAccessCallback sets the runtime-wide check-object-access callback, which is used as the fallback
JSClass.checkAccess method for all classes that leave the
NULL. This callback is also used to check access to the
JS_SetCheckObjectAccessCallback returns the previous check-object-access callback.