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RxJavaPlugins.setErrorHandler() are sometimes wrapped in
OnErrorNotImplementedException and sometimes in
UndeliverableException . I couldn’t easily figure out why and when so I drafted a piece of code that I hope might help others shed some light on the matter.
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onError() if present, or wrapped in…
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