elizarov: >but this subtle and context-sensiti...
# coroutines
g
elizarov:
but this subtle and context-sensitive difference in behavior makes the resulting async code harder to debug.
It leads to recommendations like "use yield if you need to ..."
I'm genuinely curious, can you link me to this? I've never heard this said. And my counter-example is that if we have an eager-check then I can take UI code, written with `suspend fun`s, which expects to call expensive services that are instead mocked out with fake fast-running stubs, and have everything run sequentially. This is a big win for testing and debug ability. Consider the stack-trace on in-line-dispatched jobs.