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  • v0.4.3 Changes

    January 29, 2019
    • 🛠 Fix compatibility with Xcode 10.2 / Swift 5 compiler (#31" error building with Xcode 10.2 Beta 1 in Swift 4 mode"), SR-9753).
  • v0.4.2 Changes

    January 23, 2019
    • ➕ Add new method Promise.Resolver.resolve(with: somePromise) that resolves the receiver using another promise (#30).
  • v0.4.1 Changes

    December 18, 2018
    • Mark PromiseCancellable.requestCancel() as public (#29).
  • v0.4.0 Changes

    November 27, 2018
    • 👌 Improve the behavior of .delay(on:_:) and .timeout(on:delay:) when using PromiseContext.operationQueue. The relevant operation is now added to the queue immediately and only becomes ready once the delay/timeout has elapsed.
    • ➕ Add -[TWLPromise initCancelled] to construct a pre-cancelled promise.
    • ➕ Add Promise.init(on:fulfilled:after:), Promise.init(on:rejected:after:), and Promise.init(on:result:after:). These initializers produce something akin to Promise(fulfilled: value).delay(after) except they respond to cancellation immediately. This makes them more suitable for use as cancellable timers, as opposed to .delay(_:) which is more intended for debugging (#27).
    • 🚚 Try to clean up the callback list when calling PromiseInvalidationToken.requestCancelOnInvalidate(_:). Any deallocated promises at the head of the callback list will be removed. This will help keep the callback list from growing uncontrollably when a token is used merely to cancel all promises when the owner deallocates as opposed to being periodically invalidated during its lifetime (#25).
    • Cancel the .delay(_:) timer if .requestCancel() is invoked and the upstream promise cancelled. This way requested cancels will skip the delay, but unexpected cancels will still delay the result (#26).