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Fixed in 2020.2
"Assembly Cache Should Be Empty" appears in the console when evaluating a Timeline during OnEnable
1) Open the attached project
2) Open the "TestScene" scene.
3) Go in play mode.
Result: "Assembly Cache Should Be Empty" message appears in the console.
Expected: No message in the console.
Repro with Unity 2019.3.13f1 (the bug is likely there since the beginning of director, in 2017).
This project contains a Monobehaviour on the Gameobject that contains the PlayableDirector. This monobehaviour evaluates a Director during OnEnable:
public class EvaluateTimeline : MonoBehaviour
var director = GetComponent<PlayableDirector>();
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