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forEach does not unsubscribe appropriately when next handler throws on synchronous emissions #6676

benlesh opened this issue Nov 15, 2021 · 1 comment · Fixed by #6677
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@benlesh benlesh commented Nov 15, 2021

The current implementation is not properly unsubscribing from the source when the next handler throws in this scenario:

of(1, 2, 3).pipe(
.forEach(() => {
  throw new Error('test error');
.catch(err => console.log(err.message));

// Logs:
"test error"

// Would expect just:
"test error"

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@benlesh benlesh commented Nov 15, 2021

This is so glaring to me, I'm shocked it's not been reported. I guess it's an edge case, really. How often do people throw errors in the next handler of a forEach on a synchronous observable? But still. It's CRAZY to me that this wasn't caught before. And even worse: I didn't catch it while updating the code, and it passed review! haha.

Well, at least it's caught now.

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