Open-source implementation of Apple's Combine framework for processing values over time.
The main goal of this project is to provide a compatible, reliable and efficient implementation which can be used on Apple's operating systems before macOS 10.15 and iOS 13, as well as Linux and Windows.
The project is in early development.
In order to work on this project you will need Xcode 10.2 and Swift 5.0 or later. Please refer to the issue #1 for the list of operators that remain unimplemented, as well as the RemainingCombineInterface.swift file. The latter contains the generated interface of Apple's Combine from the latest Xcode 11 version. When the functionality is implemented in OpenCombine, it should be removed from the RemainingCombineInterface.swift file.
You can refer to this gist to observe Apple's Combine API changes between different Xcode (beta) versions.
You can run compatibility tests against Apple's Combine. In order to do that you will need either macOS 10.14 with iOS 13 simulator installed (since the only way we can get Apple's Combine on macOS 10.14 is using the simulator), or macOS 10.15 (Apple's Combine is bundled with the OS). Execute the following command from the root of the package:
$ swift test -Xswiftc -DOPENCOMBINE_COMPATIBILITY_TEST
Or enable the
-DOPENCOMBINE_COMPATIBILITY_TEST compiler flag in Xcode's build settings. Note that on iOS only the latter will work.