Bump dart-lang/setup-dart from 1.5.0 to 1.5.1 (#103)

Bumps [dart-lang/setup-dart](https://github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart) from 1.5.0 to 1.5.1.
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<p><em>Sourced from <a href="https://github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/releases">dart-lang/setup-dart's releases</a>.</em></p>
<li>No longer test the <code>setup-dart</code> action on pre-2.12 SDKs.</li>
<li>Upgrade JS interop code to use extension types (the new name for inline classes).</li>
<li>The upcoming rename of the <code>be</code> channel to <code>main</code> is now supported with forward compatibility that switches when the rename happens.</li>
<p><em>Sourced from <a href="https://github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/blob/main/CHANGELOG.md">dart-lang/setup-dart's changelog</a>.</em></p>
<li>Enable provisioning of the latest Dart SDK patch release by specifying just
the major and minor version (e.g. <code>3.2</code>).</li>
<li>No longer test the <code>setup-dart</code> action on pre-2.12 SDKs.</li>
<li>Upgrade JS interop code to use extension types
(the new name for inline classes).</li>
<li>The upcoming rename of the <code>be</code> channel to <code>main</code> is now supported with
forward compatibility that switches when the rename happens.</li>
<li>Re-wrote the implementation of the action into Dart.</li>
<li>Auto-detect the platform architecture (<code>x64</code>, <code>ia32</code>, <code>arm</code>, <code>arm64</code>).</li>
<li>Improved the caching and download resilience of the sdk.</li>
<li>Added a new action output: <code>dart-version</code> - the installed version of the sdk.</li>
<li>Automatically create OIDC token for pub.dev.</li>
<li>Add a reusable workflow for publishing.</li>
<li>The install location of the Dart SDK is now available
in an environment variable, <code>DART_HOME</code>
(<a href="https://redirect.github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/issues/43">#43</a>).</li>
<li>Fixed an issue where cached downloads could lead to unzip issues
on self-hosted runners
(<a href="https://redirect.github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/issues/35">#35</a>).</li>
<li>Fixed a path issue impacting git dependencies on Windows.</li>
<li>Added a <code>flavor</code> option setup.sh to allow downloading unpublished builds.</li>
<li>Promoted to 1.0 stable.</li>
<li>Fixed a Windows <code>pub global activate</code> path issue.</li>
<p>... (truncated)</p>
<li><a href="https://github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/commit/8a4b97ea2017cc079571daec46542f76189836b1"><code>8a4b97e</code></a> Support renaming the be channel to main. (<a href="https://redirect.github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/issues/102">#102</a>)</li>
<li><a href="https://github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/commit/0970dcf46e056fb521e7027775fdff076fe1e732"><code>0970dcf</code></a> Bump <code>@​actions/http-client</code> from 2.1.0 to 2.1.1 (<a href="https://redirect.github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/issues/101">#101</a>)</li>
<li><a href="https://github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/commit/e58aeb62aef51dcc4d0ba8eada7c08092aad5314"><code>e58aeb6</code></a> updates for the latest version of extension types (<a href="https://redirect.github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/issues/100">#100</a>)</li>
<li><a href="https://github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/commit/deafe40ee7284c48e67c783c88eed8c8b52b19ca"><code>deafe40</code></a> Convert to extension types (<a href="https://redirect.github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/issues/99">#99</a>)</li>
<li><a href="https://github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/commit/cdb51fff2b088939ef86fe041b18e82cb4733522"><code>cdb51ff</code></a> Bump semver from 6.3.0 to 6.3.1 (<a href="https://redirect.github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/issues/98">#98</a>)</li>
<li><a href="https://github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/commit/e2fce1213c49504e0029ade4bac39403dfc11fb3"><code>e2fce12</code></a> update JS interop - remove JS typedef references (<a href="https://redirect.github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/issues/97">#97</a>)</li>
<li><a href="https://github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/commit/42c988f214b6652e0b56ca2ad2f1d477bf6098b7"><code>42c988f</code></a> set up a cron to build the action's javascript (<a href="https://redirect.github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/issues/96">#96</a>)</li>
<li><a href="https://github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/commit/007c7cbb377cdbdf8922e2f8c4172dc60fbaaf9a"><code>007c7cb</code></a> blast_repo fixes (<a href="https://redirect.github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/issues/92">#92</a>)</li>
<li><a href="https://github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/commit/08de7e0c9a57cb3229b052af11c7f8eae4a845bd"><code>08de7e0</code></a> Remove annotations no longer needed (<a href="https://redirect.github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/issues/91">#91</a>)</li>
<li><a href="https://github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/commit/bd8bef0960777f45de11f484bcb7beacadb321cf"><code>bd8bef0</code></a> Bump dart-lang/setup-dart from 1.4.0 to 1.5.0 (<a href="https://redirect.github.com/dart-lang/setup-dart/issues/89">#89</a>)</li>
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Dart CI pub package package publisher

A library that implements the JSON-RPC 2.0 spec.


A JSON-RPC 2.0 server exposes a set of methods that can be called by clients. These methods can be registered using Server.registerMethod:

import 'dart:io';

import 'package:json_rpc_2/json_rpc_2.dart';
import 'package:web_socket_channel/io.dart';
import 'package:web_socket_channel/web_socket_channel.dart';

void main() async {
  var httpServer = await HttpServer.bind(InternetAddress.loopbackIPv4, 4321);
  var connectedChannels =

void handleClient(WebSocketChannel socket) {
  // The socket is a `StreamChannel<dynamic>` because it might emit binary
  // `List<int>`, but JSON RPC 2 only works with Strings so we assert it only
  // emits those by casting it.
  var server = Server(socket.cast<String>());

  // Any string may be used as a method name. JSON-RPC 2.0 methods are
  // case-sensitive.
  var i = 0;
  server.registerMethod('count', () {
    // Just return the value to be sent as a response to the client. This can
    // be anything JSON-serializable, or a Future that completes to something
    // JSON-serializable.
    return i++;

  // Methods can take parameters. They're presented as a `Parameters` object
  // which makes it easy to validate that the expected parameters exist.
  server.registerMethod('echo', (Parameters params) {
    // If the request doesn't have a "message" parameter this will
    // automatically send a response notifying the client that the request
    // was invalid.
    return params['message'].value;

  // `Parameters` has methods for verifying argument types.
  server.registerMethod('subtract', (Parameters params) {
    // If "minuend" or "subtrahend" aren't numbers, this will reject the
    // request.
    return params['minuend'].asNum - params['subtrahend'].asNum;

  // [Parameters] also supports optional arguments.
  server.registerMethod('sort', (Parameters params) {
    var list = params['list'].asList;
    if (params['descendint'].asBoolOr(false)) {
      return list.reversed;
    } else {
      return list;

  // A method can send an error response by throwing a `RpcException`.
  // Any positive number may be used as an application- defined error code.
  const dividByZero = 1;
  server.registerMethod('divide', (Parameters params) {
    var divisor = params['divisor'].asNum;
    if (divisor == 0) {
      throw RpcException(dividByZero, 'Cannot divide by zero.');

    return params['dividend'].asNum / divisor;

  // To give you time to register all your methods, the server won't start
  // listening for requests until you call `listen`. Messages are buffered until
  // listen is called. The returned Future won't complete until the connection
  // is closed.


A JSON-RPC 2.0 client calls methods on a server and handles the server's responses to those method calls. These methods can be called using Client.sendRequest:

import 'package:json_rpc_2/json_rpc_2.dart';
import 'package:pedantic/pedantic.dart';
import 'package:web_socket_channel/web_socket_channel.dart';

void main() async {
  var socket = WebSocketChannel.connect(Uri.parse('ws://localhost:4321'));
  var client = Client(socket.cast<String>());

  // The client won't subscribe to the input stream until you call `listen`.
  // The returned Future won't complete until the connection is closed.

  // This calls the "count" method on the server. A Future is returned that
  // will complete to the value contained in the server's response.
  var count = await client.sendRequest('count');
  print('Count is $count');

  // Parameters are passed as a simple Map or, for positional parameters, an
  // Iterable. Make sure they're JSON-serializable!
  var echo = await client.sendRequest('echo', {'message': 'hello'});
  print('Echo says "$echo"!');

  // A notification is a way to call a method that tells the server that no
  // result is expected. Its return type is `void`; even if it causes an
  // error, you won't hear back.

  // If the server sends an error response, the returned Future will complete
  // with an RpcException. You can catch this error and inspect its error
  // code, message, and any data that the server sent along with it.
  try {
    await client.sendRequest('divide', {'dividend': 2, 'divisor': 0});
  } on RpcException catch (error) {
    print('RPC error ${error.code}: ${error.message}');

  await client.close();


Although JSON-RPC 2.0 only explicitly describes clients and servers, it also mentions that two-way communication can be supported by making each endpoint both a client and a server. This package supports this directly using the Peer class, which implements both Client and Server. It supports the same methods as those classes, and automatically makes sure that every message from the other endpoint is routed and handled correctly.

Publishing automation

For information about our publishing automation and release process, see https://github.com/dart-lang/ecosystem/wiki/Publishing-automation.