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Adam Murdoch
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A work node receives a context that exposes the build scoped services, rather than an empty registry, when the node is not associated with a… Show more
A work node receives a context that exposes the build scoped services, rather than an empty registry, when the node is not associated with a project. This means that a node implementation does not have to carry build scoped services around in case it does not end up have an owning project, and can just locate the execution services it needs via its context when it runs.

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