[cdi-dev] async: back to completion future?
mkouba at redhat.com
Mon Mar 7 02:42:06 EST 2016
Dne 6.3.2016 v 16:37 Reza Rahman napsal(a):
> How much end user feedback has there been on this? I have to be honest
> that it surprises me to find this out now.
Well, this was discussed many times (ML, EG mtgs, F2F, etc.).
> This to me stands out as an obvious usability problem. CompletableFuture
> is the obvious top level end user API, not CompletionStage.
Is it obvious? For me the CompletionStage looks more appropriate. But
I'm open for discussions.
> Not going
> with CompletableFuture is very likely to confuse most people. The last
> thing we need is more potential usability problems in Java EE APIs.
> On Mar 6, 2016, at 9:39 AM, Romain Manni-Bucau <rmannibucau at gmail.com
> <mailto:rmannibucau at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> as a user having a ComlpetionStage makes me loose some JDK utilities,
>> can we move back to CompletionFuture?
>> It would allow for instance:
>> // doesn't work with CompletionStage
>> CompletionFuture.allOf(event1.fireAsync(...), event2.fireAsync(...))
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