четверг, 15 февраля 2018 г.

core.async tip from Tim Baldridge

If I'm understand the problem I think this is by design. Closing a channel results in a logical termination value being put into the channel.

This is so that, by default, core.async won't loose data.

Most of the time when I encounter this problem I fix it by draining the channel:

(defn drain [c]
  (go (while (not (nil? (<! c)))
          nil)))


And then:

(close! c)
(drain c)

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