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Now I can apply [Register] attribute to method. Looks like we haven't any use case for this.
If you apply Register instead Export (by accident) you will spend lots of time during debugging this issue.
I have checked this issue but unable to reproduce this behavior.
Could you please provide steps to reproduce this issue? So that we can reproduce this issue at our end.
Fixed in master / d924771fce891ef44971f0ca0c58e9332a49785c
@Ram this means you won't be able to use the [Register] attribute on a method anymore (for unified only). It's not useful and can be confused with an [Export].