Cast streams to correct types in IsolateChannel (#31)

Fixes #29

- Add a type on the IsolateChannel in one of the tests so that it
  exhibits the problem when run in Dart 2 mode.
- Cast the streams coming from the ReceivePort instances to the
  appropriate types since ReceivePort is always `Stream<dynamic>`.
- Remove the type on the subscription variable since it's a subscription
  on a dynamic stream and otherwise would never have the correct type.
4 files changed
tree: 8de3d8e6ca222f17b1bfacd76248512975396c61
  1. .gitignore
  2. .test_config
  3. .travis.yml
  4. AUTHORS
  5. CHANGELOG.md
  6. CONTRIBUTING.md
  7. LICENSE
  8. README.md
  9. analysis_options.yaml
  10. codereview.settings
  11. lib/
  12. pubspec.yaml
  13. test/
README.md

This package exposes the StreamChannel interface, which represents a two-way communication channel. Each StreamChannel exposes a Stream for receiving data and a StreamSink for sending it.

StreamChannel helps abstract communication logic away from the underlying protocol. For example, the test package re-uses its test suite communication protocol for both WebSocket connections to browser suites and Isolate connections to VM tests.

This package also contains utilities for dealing with StreamChannels and with two-way communications in general. For documentation of these utilities, see the API docs.