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SOLVED: When printing changes, what does "@self changed" mean exactly?

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I'm using Self._printChanges() to investigate some performance issues. I'm seeing some view bodies get run with only "@self changed" being the reason.

Does this essentially mean that something futher up the graph is getting rendered which causes this to rerender too? Or something else?

Thanks in advance, -Jon


According to documentation it only mentions that besides changed properties @self means that the struct itself was changed


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