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[ptr] native PLEventPtr(PLEvent);
* This interface is used to dispatch events to a particular thread. In many
* cases the event target also supports nsIEventQueue.
interface nsIEventTarget : nsISupports
* Method for posting an asynchronous event to the event target. If this
* method succeeds, then the event will be dispatched on the target thread.
* @param aEvent
* The event to dispatched.
[noscript] void postEvent(in PLEventPtr aEvent);
* This method returns true if the event target is the current thread.