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This is called after importing of any number of assets is complete (when the Assets progress bar has reached the end).

This call may occur after a manual reimport, or when you move an asset or a folder of assets to a new location in the Project window. Every string array item contains a file path relative to the Assets folder, under the Project root. importedAssets contains paths of all assets used in the operation. Each consecutive index of movedAssets and movedFromAssetPaths refers to the same asset.

If you perform a bulk operation on several individual assets instead of a folder containing those assets, this function will be called once per asset with each individual asset as the only item in the various arrays.

Note that this function must be declared as static, that is it will not be called correctly if it is declared as an instance function.

The order specified by GetPostprocessOrder does not affect this function.

using UnityEngine;
using UnityEditor;

class MyAllPostprocessor : AssetPostprocessor { static void OnPostprocessAllAssets(string[] importedAssets, string[] deletedAssets, string[] movedAssets, string[] movedFromAssetPaths) { foreach (string str in importedAssets) { Debug.Log("Reimported Asset: " + str); } foreach (string str in deletedAssets) { Debug.Log("Deleted Asset: " + str); }

for (int i = 0; i < movedAssets.Length; i++) { Debug.Log("Moved Asset: " + movedAssets[i] + " from: " + movedFromAssetPaths[i]); } } }