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New drop of Rx (.NET & JS) available

Description

The Rx Team just released a new build of Rx, which contains the following changes:

Build 1.0.2441.0 04/14/2010

Rx.NET:

  • Added BufferWithTimeOrCount.
  • Changed ForkJoin to take the last value from each source.
  • Peformed FxCop naming cleanup work.
  • Removed FutureDisposable in favor of MutableDisposable.
  • Added Sequential operators like While, If, Case etc…
  • Added SkipLast & TakeLast.
  • Made fixes to CurrentThreadScheduler & NewThreadScheduler.
  • Added Scan0.
  • Made Sample fire last sample area on Oncompleted & have abort semantics on Error.
  • Made Buffers have abort semantics on Error.

 Rx JS:

  • Changed distribution from MSI installer to ZIP file
  • Added BufferWithTimeOrCount.
  • Added ForkJoin.
  • Added SkipLast & TakeLast.
  • Removed FutureDisposable in favor of MutableDisposable.
  • Breakout support for html api into separate file (rx.html.js).
  • Added jQuery support (rx.jquery.js).
  • Added dojo support (rx.dojo.js).
  • Added MooTools support (rx.mootools.js).
  • Added Prototype support (rx.prototypel.js).
  • Added ExtJS support (rx.extjs.js).
  • Added Yui3 support (rx.yui3.js).
  • Added aggregates such as Sum, Count, IsEmpty etc…  (rx.aggregates.js).
  • Added joins support (rx.joins.js).
  • Changed default schedulers for various API.
  • Made List implementation public.
  • Made several  to TakeUntil, Scan1,Take, SkipWhile, Repeat, Retry, Catch, StartWith, Subjects, ToAsync, Start.
  • Make schedulers have own notion of time (Now()).
  • Added Scan0.
  • Made Sample fire last sample area on Oncompleted & have abort semantics on Error.
  • Made Buffers have abort semantics on Error.
  • Fixed Aggregate, Count, Sum & Average behavior on empty observables.
  • Added Samples for all different library integration points
  • Added readable (debug) version of library integration points.

bits can be found on the Rx DevLabs Project Page

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