[C++] good comprehension of dirty propagation

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  04 April 2013
Question [C++] good comprehension of dirty propagation

Hi everybody,

I have some problem in using in the right way the dirty propagation of maya for an array plug.
Is all entries of the array are marked dirty at the same time or it is done element by element of the array ?

I try to search with this question a solution to a specific problem :

I have multiple node N with an input A and an output B
I have a node G that is connected to plug A of all nodes N.

In my algorithm i want in the compute of the node G to call a functions in all nodes N, then executing some algorithms in G and after call another functions in all nodes N.
But the first compute called is for the output B of the node N. Then the compute method of the node G due to the connection. I don't know how to execute after methods i want in the right order.

Do you have some ideas to fit this need with the design of maya nodes. I have some difficulties to sort the call of my functions using the dirty propagation of Maya.

Thanks in advance for reply, and sorry for my english, if the problem is not clear.
 
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