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j
maybe worth posting your stack trace?
Doesn't solve your problem but I think you can just call
proceed()
- equivalent to
proceedWith(subject)
Not sure about HttpClientExtensionsKt though - is that yours? Might need to hand over to someone more knowledgeable ­čś×
Are you using yandex-checkout-android-sdk? It's the only thing that seems to come up with a search for "HttpClientExtensions Kt"
c
I have that function too
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suspend fun HttpClient.forward(call: ApplicationCall) {
    val exchange = this.call(call.request.uri) {
		method = call.request.httpMethod
        headers.appendAll(getValidHeaders(call.request.headers))
        body = object : OutgoingContent.WriteChannelContent() {
			override val contentType = call.request.contentType()

			override suspend fun writeTo(channel: ByteWriteChannel) {
				call.request.receiveChannel().copyAndClose(channel)
			}
		}
	}
}
j
Hmmm and that calls into this.call(uri, someLambda) And somewhere we end up with some generated class (
clientFeatures.HttpClientExtensionsKt$forward$exchange$1$1
) as the argument for HttpClient.execute further on in the pipeline which fails.
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suspend fun execute(builder: HttpRequestBuilder): HttpClientCall =
        requestPipeline.execute(builder, builder.body) as HttpClientCall
I'm afraid I'm not really coroutine nor generated class names savvy enough, plus I finish soon ­čśë Sorry bud, hope someone else can help
d
Next time, consider posting the stacktrace as a reply