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AddDynamic is permanent!

Hello guys,

I'm using UE 4.18. I find myself in this situation, in a constructor I have:

 CapsuleComponent->OnComponentBeginOverlap.AddDynamic(this, &ABaseCharacter::OnCoverVolumeBeginOverlap)

This is the ONLY place where the function OnCoverVolumeBeginOverlap is added to the delegate OnComponentBeginOverlap. It all works fine until I decided I don't need this binding. So what did I do? I removed this code from my constructor. Guess what? This thing doesn't go away. The function OnCoverVolumeBeginOverlap keeps getting called. I cleaned my solution, rebuild it several times, deleted the Binaries, Intermediate folders and it still persists. What is going on? This is driving me crazy. I'm absolutely sure this is the only place that this binding is happening. I tried calling OnComponentBeginOverlap.Clear(), still doesn't help. Anyone experienced such madness?

Best regards.

Product Version: UE 4.18
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asked Jan 31 '18 at 01:33 PM in C++ Programming

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Posting here for completion's sake:

I suspect what is happening is that a blueprint subclass of this class is causing the issue. Some UE4 delegates can be serialized (saved), and when you created the blueprint, the constructor created that delegate binding and serialized it to the saved blueprint asset.

If you change the constructor of a class in C++, there's no guarantee that those changes will propagate to existing blueprint assets you have created - so you will have to delete and re-create the blueprint from scratch. There isn't an easy solution to this problem in general, unfortunately.

In this particular case, you might be able to add a 'Clear' method to the constructor then open and re-save the blueprint asset.

Hope this helps!

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answered Jan 31 '18 at 02:15 PM

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avatar image kbrizov Jan 31 '18 at 02:27 PM

Hello TheJamsh, I will give a try ASAP. That's a very good guess. Will let you know how it goes.

avatar image kbrizov Jan 31 '18 at 03:56 PM

For future readers, indeed the only way to fix it was to recreate the blueprint. I tried using OnComponentBeginOverlap.RemoveAll(), OnComponentBeginOverlap.RemoveDynamic(), OnComponentBeginOverlap.Clear() in the constructor in question and nothing helped.

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