RestorationBucket.child constructor Null safety

RestorationBucket.child(
  1. {required String restorationId,
  2. required RestorationBucket parent,
  3. required Object? debugOwner}
)

Creates a child bucket initialized with the data that the provided parent has stored under the provided restorationId.

This constructor cannot be used if the parent does not have any child data stored under the given ID. In that case, create an empty bucket (via RestorationBucket.empty and have the parent adopt it via adoptChild.

Instantiating a bucket directly is rare, most buckets are created by claiming a child from a parent via claimChild. If no parent bucket is available, RestorationManager.rootBucket may be used as a parent.

The restorationId and parent argument must not be null.

Implementation

RestorationBucket.child({
  required String restorationId,
  required RestorationBucket parent,
  required Object? debugOwner,
}) : assert(restorationId != null),
     assert(parent != null),
     assert(parent._rawChildren[restorationId] != null),
     _manager = parent._manager,
     _parent = parent,
     _rawData = parent._rawChildren[restorationId] as Map<dynamic, dynamic>,
     _restorationId = restorationId {
  assert(() {
    _debugOwner = debugOwner;
    return true;
  }());
}