We—the Reactive Streams Special Interest Group—are happy to announce the immediate availability of
Reactive Streams version 1.0.2.
When we released 1.0.1, we promised that after JDK9 had shipped, we’d release a compatibility/conversion library to seamlessly convert between the
java.util.concurrent.Flow and the
Not only have we done that in this release—we have also shipped a TCK for implementations of the
java.util.concurrent.Flow interfaces, so that they now can be verified without having to manually adapt/convert to the
1.0.2 is binary, and semantically, compatible with the previous 1.0.x releases of Reactive Streams.
The artifacts, documentation and specifications are released under Creative Commons Zero into the Public Domain.
We’d like to thank everyone involved, all contributors and everyone who has given feedback during the development of this project.
1.0.1: The intent of this rule is that a Subscriber should not obstruct the progress of the Publisher from an execution point-of-view. In other words, the Subscriber should not starve the Publisher from CPU cycles.
1.0.2: The intent of this rule is that a Subscriber should not obstruct the progress of the Publisher from an execution point-of-view. In other words, the Subscriber should not starve the Publisher from receiving CPU cycles.
1.0.1: The intent of this rule is to highlight that there may be a delay between calling
cancel the Publisher seeing that.
1.0.2 The intent of this rule is to highlight that there may be a delay between calling
cancel and the Publisher observing that cancellation.
An adapter library has been created to convert
java.util.concurrent.Flow and vice versa. Read more about it here.
<dependency> <groupId>org.reactivestreams</groupId> <artifactId>reactive-streams-flow-adapters</artifactId> <version>1.0.2</version> </dependency>
A TCK artifact has been created to allow for direct TCK verification of
java.util.concurrent.Flow implementations, and you can read more about it here.
<dependency> <groupId>org.reactivestreams</groupId> <artifactId>reactive-streams-tck-flow</artifactId> <version>1.0.2</version> </dependency>
SubscriberWhiteboxVerificationhas been given more user friendly error messages in the case where the user forgets to call
Warm regards, the Reactive Streams Special Interest Group