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[RolandPheasant/DynamicData] Issue created by gdurand
Filter(reapplyFilter) calls the
DynamicFilter constructor with a null predicateChanges, which causes it to throw an ArgumentNullException.
Also I don't understand the usage of this method: there is no filter specified.
Filter(Func<TObject, bool> filter, IObservable<Unit> reapplyFilter)could be useful.
IObservableList? I want to do something like: (
IObservableList<string> myList = this.SensorCache.Connect() .DistinctValues(s => s.Group) // Find distinct values of "Group" property .Filter(group => !string.IsNullOrEmpty(group)) // Filter and sort .Sort(Comparer<string>.Default) .ToObservableList() // doesn't exist, closest I can find is Bind
Is there a method that works like
SingleOrDefault? I am looking for
IObservable<IChangeSet<T>>.SingleOrDefault<T> that would return
I have a
SourceList<item>, and I need a
IObservable<bool> that says whether a defined item is present in the collection. With LINQ I'd do
.Contains(), but a reactive equivalent seems to be missing. I could use
.Filter(), but then
.SingleOrDefault equivalent is still needed. Am I missing something?