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Use "getInlines()", not "_inlines", to access inlines on client Changeset objects

Authored by epriestley on Oct 2 2020, 4:11 PM.



See PHI1898. An install is reporting an execution/initialization order issue where this code is reachable before _inlines is initialized.

I can't immediately reproduce it, but using "getInlines()" is preferable anyway and seems likely to fix the problem.

Test Plan

Viewed revisions with inlines, added/removed/edited/replied to inlines, didn't find anything broken.

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Event Timeline

  • Fix a possible call reentrancy issue, where "getInlines()" and "getInlineForRow()" could call one another.
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