java.lang.AssertionError: Error(s) present: [java.lang.IllegalStateException: onSubscribe not called in proper order] (latch = 1, values = 51, errors = 1, completions = 0)

GitHub | vanniktech | 7 months ago
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    GitHub comment 4504#245540576

    GitHub | 7 months ago | vanniktech
    java.lang.AssertionError: Error(s) present: [java.lang.IllegalStateException: onSubscribe not called in proper order] (latch = 1, values = 51, errors = 1, completions = 0)
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    2.x: ObservableRefCountTest > testRepeat FAILED

    GitHub | 9 months ago | akarnokd
    java.lang.AssertionError: Subscriber still running! Error(s) present: [java.lang.IllegalStateException: onSubscribe not called in proper order]

    Root Cause Analysis

    1. java.lang.AssertionError

      Error(s) present: [java.lang.IllegalStateException: onSubscribe not called in proper order] (latch = 1, values = 51, errors = 1, completions = 0)

      at io.reactivex.observers.TestObserver.fail()
    2. io.reactivex.observers
      TestObserver.assertNoErrors
      1. io.reactivex.observers.TestObserver.fail(TestObserver.java:363)
      2. io.reactivex.observers.TestObserver.assertNoErrors(TestObserver.java:411)
      2 frames
    3. io.reactivex.internal
      ObservableRefCountTest.testRepeat
      1. io.reactivex.internal.operators.observable.ObservableRefCountTest.testRepeat(ObservableRefCountTest.java:195)
      1 frame