|author||Andrey Kulikov <email@example.com>||Mon Jun 06 14:58:31 2022 +0100|
|committer||Andrey Kulikov <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Mon Jun 06 14:58:31 2022 +0100|
Use more efficient removeScope() in SnapshotStateObserver In aosp/2112147 we introduced a more efficient function allowing to remove a scope from IdentityScopeMap. In order to benefit from this optimization when we do remeasures/redraws I started using it in SnapshotStateObserver as well. Test: run SnapshotStateObserverTestsCommon and AndroidLayoutDrawTest Change-Id: Ief18d88309f78608b466a8e732ab9a0332eaeb52
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