|author||Andrei Shikov <email@example.com>||Wed Jun 01 14:11:05 2022 +0100|
|committer||Andrei Shikov <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Jun 01 21:31:15 2022 +0100|
Clean up derived state dependencies in composition Fixes two cases when derived state dependencies were retained: 1) Derived state instance is no longer observed in composition. 2) Derived state instance is still observed in composition, but its dependencies has been changed since last observation. As composition uses `dependency -> derived state` mapping, this fix relies on iterating over all map values with `.removeValueIf`. In the future, we can optimize the lookup by using reverse index to lookup dependencies for derived state. Fixes: 230168389 Test: CompositionAndDerivedStateTests#changingTheDerivedStateInstanceShouldClearDependencies, CompositionAndDerivedStateTests#changingDerivedStateDependenciesShouldClearThem Change-Id: Id175952fedae53d669d028e460c65d6d2d5d4174
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