Traceur enables easier debugging of RxJava2 exceptions, by appending the source of any asynchronous calls to the original exception.
The same exception with Traceur enabled:
Notice that the call site of the asynchronous call is linked in the stack trace (
RxJava1 had a similar feature included by default,
RxJavaHooks.enableAssemblyTracking(), but RxJava2 has no such feature unfortunately.
Thanks to David Karnok - this project is largely just an enhancement of his RxJava2Extensions project, making it slightly easier to consume as a developer
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