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Introduce operators onErrorHandle and onErrorHandleWith #127

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alexandru opened this Issue Mar 21, 2016 · 0 comments

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alexandru commented Mar 21, 2016

Currently the operators onErrorRecover and onErrorRecoverWith are taking partial functions as arguments.

Scala has historically had problems in parsing the syntax for partial functions and onErrorRecoverWith doesn't even need the syntax, given that you can construct an Observable or a Task that can emit an error.

Both Observable and Task need the onErrorHandle and onErrorHandleWith operators that are variants which do not take partial functions as parameters.

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@alexandru alexandru changed the title Operators onErrorRecover and onErrorRecoverWith should not take partial functions Introduce operators onErrorHandle and onErrorHandleWith Apr 8, 2016

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