I have an Input wrapper(IW) management system. Each time the editor recompiles during run time I have to resend these IW to the manager(which I do on OnValidate). When this happens somehow a none existent reference of an IW gets updated, but not the actualy one, which has a keycode of ‘A’. This wrong IW has the input keycode ‘Q’, and when I debug the game object it is attached to it doesn’t reference one that is in the scene, but it is named what it should be. At one point I did have ‘Q’ set as the keycode, but I changed it. What is happening here, and how do I make sure this doesn’t happen again?
Well hope this helps someone else that is in my position.
- These IW I was passing to the manager get saved in an array.
- Unity must make new copies of MonoBehaviors on recompile, so I was
passing an old reference to the
- There is no easy way to tell if the object is old, you can look at
its values, and also it’s Update
won’t be call.
- To fix this have a bool that calls something like _checkValues,
and then pass the IW on update.