streamz.timed_windowlet me see where that comes from. I'm most familiar with the akka/fs2 layer
toStream()method takes an implicit materializer. What is being run with this materializer, is it just running the things in the Source, or is it also running everything in that fs2 stream, and everything that follows? Basically, I’m using a db library that uses Akka, and I was going to just grab the actor system from that driver and create a materializer out of it and pass that in to the
toStreammethod, but I want to make sure that is safe. Also, this is probably obvious, but I have no idea how akka streams or any of that works, nor do I need anything with the materialized value, just the streamed elements.
useI grab the underlying actor materializer (the driver client instance exposes it).
Flow[A, B, M] => F[(M, Pipe[F, A, B])]- This is already the case except that the
Mis at the end of the signature
Flow[A, B, Future[M]] => F[(F[M], Pipe[F, A, B])]- Do you mean that AkkaStreams also has a case where it is
Future[M]for a Flow? I also don't think you can have F[M] in there since as far as I understand, you need to execute the Pipe first before F[M] can be materialized.
Mis why I got confused