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Remove usage of the ... operator in BackHandler
Summary: This usage of `...` currently causes BackHandler to silently become non-functional when a `Symbol` polyfill is used. Why? - The `[...obj]` operator implicitly calls the object's iterator to fill the array - react-native's internal `Set` polyfill has a load order issue that breaks it whenever a project uses a `Symbol` polyfill - This means that when `BackHandler` tries to `[...set]` a `Set` of subscriptions the result is always an empty array instead of an array of subscriptions Additionally it's worth noting that the current code is also wastefully inefficient as in order to reverse iterate over subscriptions it: - Clones the `Set` (which fills it by implicitly running the set's iterator) - Uses `[...set]` to convert the cloned set into an array (which also implicitly runs the iterator on the clone) - Finally reverses the order of the array ---- This code fixes this problem by replacing the use of multiple Set instance iterators with a simple `.forEach` loop that unshifts directly into the final array. I've tested this by opening the repo's RNTester app on Android and tvOS ensuring that the back handler works before changes, the application crashes when I introduce an error (to verify my code changes are being applied to the app), the back handler works and after changes. Fixes #11968 Closes #15182 Differential Revision: D6114696 Pulled By: hramos fbshipit-source-id: 2eae127558124a394bb3572a6381a5985ebf9d64
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