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Synchronous emit in flush method of debounce produces incorrect result

See original GitHub issue

If you will try to do synchronous emit in debounced observable incorrect sequence of events will be produced


const a = Kefir.pool();
const b = a.debounce(100).spy();
a.plug(b.filter((val) => val === 1).map(() => 2));

Expected output

100ms [pool.debounce] <value> 1
200ms [pool.debounce] <value> 2

Actual output

100ms [pool.debounce] <value> 1
200ms [pool.debounce] <value> null

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:8 (5 by maintainers)

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mAAdhaTTahcommented, Nov 28, 2020

@bpinto Done. Let me get a release out this weekend.

bpintocommented, Nov 26, 2020

Hey guys, @betalb opened a PR fixing this, do you think we could merge their PR?

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