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Adam Murdoch
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on 07 Aug
A node receives a context that exposes the build scoped services, rather than an empty context, when the node is not associated with a proje… Show more
A node receives a context that exposes the build scoped services, rather than an empty context, when the node is not associated with a project. This means that a node implementation does not have to carry services around in case it does not have an owning project, but can just locate the execution services it needs via its context.

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