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  1. type Sink[+OutErr, -In, +L, +Z] = ZSink[Any, OutErr, In, L, Z]
  2. type Stream[+E, +A] = ZStream[Any, E, A]
  3. final class SubscriptionRef[A] extends AnyRef

    A SubscriptionRef[A] contains a Ref.Synchronized with a value of type A and a ZStream that can be subscribed to in order to receive the current value as well as all changes to the value.

  4. final case class Take[+E, +A](exit: Exit[Option[E], Chunk[A]]) extends AnyVal with Product with Serializable

    A Take[E, A] represents a single take from a queue modeling a stream of values.

    A Take[E, A] represents a single take from a queue modeling a stream of values. A Take may be a failure cause Cause[E], an chunk value A or an end-of-stream marker.

  5. type UStream[+A] = ZStream[Any, Nothing, A]
  6. sealed trait ZChannel[-Env, -InErr, -InElem, -InDone, +OutErr, +OutElem, +OutDone] extends AnyRef

    A ZChannel[In, Env, Err, Out, Z] is a nexus of I/O operations, which supports both reading and writing.

    A ZChannel[In, Env, Err, Out, Z] is a nexus of I/O operations, which supports both reading and writing. A channel may read values of type In and write values of type Out. When the channel finishes, it yields a value of type Z. A channel may fail with a value of type Err.

    Channels are the foundation of ZIO Streams: both streams and sinks are built on channels. Most users shouldn't have to use channels directly, as streams and sinks are much more convenient and cover all common use cases. However, when adding new stream and sink operators, or doing something highly specialized, it may be useful to use channels directly.

    Channels compose in a variety of ways:

    • Piping. One channel can be piped to another channel, assuming the input type of the second is the same as the output type of the first.
    • Sequencing. The terminal value of one channel can be used to create another channel, and both the first channel and the function that makes the second channel can be composed into a channel.
    • Concating. The output of one channel can be used to create other channels, which are all concatenated together. The first channel and the function that makes the other channels can be composed into a channel.
  7. trait ZPipeline[-Env, +Err, -In, +Out] extends AnyRef

    A ZPipeline[Env, Err, In, Out] is a polymorphic stream transformer.

    A ZPipeline[Env, Err, In, Out] is a polymorphic stream transformer. Pipelines accept a stream as input, and return the transformed stream as output.

    Pipelines can be thought of as a recipe for calling a bunch of methods on a source stream, to yield a new (transformed) stream. A nice mental model is the following type alias:

    type ZPipeline[Env, Err, In, Out] = ZStream[Env, Err, In] => ZStream[Env, Err, Out]

    This encoding of a pipeline with a type alias is not used because it does not infer well. In its place, this trait captures the polymorphism inherent to many pipelines, which can therefore be more flexible about the environment and error types of the streams they transform.

    There is no fundamental requirement for pipelines to exist, because everything pipelines do can be done directly on a stream. However, because pipelines separate the stream transformation from the source stream itself, it becomes possible to abstract over stream transformations at the level of values, creating, storing, and passing around reusable transformation pipelines that can be applied to many different streams.

    The most common way to create a pipeline is to convert a sink into a pipeline (in general, transforming elements of a stream requires the power of a sink). However, the companion object has lots of other pipeline constructors based on the methods of stream.

  8. trait ZPipelinePlatformSpecificConstructors extends AnyRef
  9. final class ZSink[-R, +E, -In, +L, +Z] extends AnyVal
  10. trait ZSinkPlatformSpecificConstructors extends AnyRef
  11. class ZStream[-R, +E, +A] extends AnyRef
  12. trait ZStreamAspect[+LowerR, -UpperR, +LowerE, -UpperE, +LowerA, -UpperA] extends AnyRef
  13. trait ZStreamPlatformSpecificConstructors extends AnyRef

Value Members

  1. val Sink: ZSink.type
  2. val Stream: ZStream.type
  3. val UStream: ZStream.type
  4. case object BuildInfo extends Product with Serializable

    This object was generated by sbt-buildinfo.

  5. object Deflate
  6. object Gunzip
  7. object Gzip
  8. object Inflate
  9. object SubscriptionRef
  10. object Take extends Serializable
  11. object ZChannel
  12. object ZPipeline extends ZPipelinePlatformSpecificConstructors
  13. object ZSink extends ZSinkPlatformSpecificConstructors
  14. object ZStream extends ZStreamPlatformSpecificConstructors
  15. object ZStreamAspect

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