|author||Andrei Shikov <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Tue Jul 12 19:38:31 2022 +0100|
|committer||Andrei Shikov <email@example.com>||Tue Jul 12 21:05:16 2022 +0100|
Update SnapshotStateObserver state cleanup Updates SnapshotStateObserver to: - Cleanup derived state dependencies when state leaves the scope instead of cleaning on every read. - Check if derived state is observed in other scopes before removing the state. - Use the same lambdas for observing derived state calculations instead of reallocating them for every observation. - Reuse the same set for recording observed values per scope. Test: SnapshotStateObserverTestsCommon#readingDerivedStateConditionallyInvalidatesBothScopes Change-Id: I57bbd111d824d01511e7738e8335f67347096585
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