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2367       * Fires after enqueuing block assets for both editor and front-end.
2368       *
2369       * Call `add_action` on any hook before 'wp_enqueue_scripts'.
2370       *
2371       * In the function call you supply, simply use `wp_enqueue_script` and
2372       * `wp_enqueue_style` to add your functionality to the Gutenberg editor.
2373       *
2374       * @since 5.0.0
2375       */
2376      do_action( 'enqueue_block_assets' );
2377 }
2379 /**
2380  * Applies a filter to the list of style nodes that comes from WP_Theme_JSON::get_style_nodes().
2381  *
2382  * This particular filter removes all of the blocks from the array.
2383  *
2384  * We want WP_Theme_JSON to be ignorant of the implementation details of how the CSS is being used.
2385  * This filter allows us to modify the output of WP_Theme_JSON depending on whether or not we are