I know this is a month old, but I'm confirming what's being said.
AOT building is a pre-build step that makes sure that generics are referenced accordingly for various graphs. This is required for the graphs to run on the differing platforms. So due to this there is no way to create new content prefabs or bug fixes in macros and update through asset bundles. Am I correct in this statement, or is AOT something different than I think it is and I'm off basis.
If this is correct then this is very unfortunate and I wish I saw this earlier. With Bolt not being a script or compiled code the entire purpose for myself getting Bolt was for the reasons of asset bundle updates and because I enjoy VPL. My c# code is experienced enough that I don't need the VPL and the VPL is slower that what I can do in script. But script required recompile. The gain of asset bundle updates with content prefabs and fixes was well worth the slower dev time.
I'm hoping I misunderstood the role of AOT.
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