Solved: How to clear Flutter's Build cache?

Question

Asked by lock on March 14, 2018 (source).

There seems to be a problem with flutter's build.

I always need to perform RUN > Flutter Full Restart everytime I run the app to an emulator or device.

Otherwise, the app loads a scaffold body which my code had from 2 weeks ago when I first started coding it.

Here's the current source on pastebin

children: <Widget>[
          new Opacity(
              opacity: loader_visible ? 1.0 : 0.0,
              child:
              new Container(
                  padding: const EdgeInsets.all(32.0),
                  child: new CircularProgressIndicator()
              )
          ),

while here is the resulting render tree: while here is the resulting render tree

I'm guessing flutter has cached the old code and never bothered replacing it with the new one, but I am not sure how it's Hot Reload was implemented. Anyways, I don't think that it is necessary to load the old cache when we have already performed a full rebuild.

Answer

Question answered by Rémi R (source).

You can run flutter clean.

But that's most likely a problem with your IDE or similar, as flutter run creates a brand new apk. And hot reload push only modifications.

Try running your app using the command line flutter run and then press r or R for respectively hot-reload and full-reload.

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