|Detecting the end of validation? [message #1735062]
||Wed, 15 June 2016 07:20
| Larry LeBron
Registered: October 2015
In my xbase project, I'm doing some custom tracking of resources which have been "affected" between build cycles.|
I then query this tracking in a custom extension of DerivedStateAwareResourceDescriptionManager.isAffected() which is called repeatedly during the validation cycle.
My question is, how can I detect that such a cycle is complete so that I can clear my tracking? I've tried tracing the calls to the method, but I haven't been able to find a clear hook to trace when validation or build is complete.
For example, when I edit a file in my project and then save, I see a full validation run, along with a number of calls to isAffected() for the given deltas. How can I detect when this series of calls is complete?
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