Rxlint 1.5 is now available with two important changes.
First of all, a plain
subscribe() flag (without any arguments) is now also flagged. Previously rxlint would ignore this variant, assuming
you know what you are doing, but it’s still a potential source of bugs lurking so I reverted my initial decision. You can always suppress the warning if
you are intentionally calling
subcribe() without arguments.
Secondly, the check has now been converted to the new UAST lint API which means that with the latest build tools the rxlint now also works for Kotlin code! So now you can get best of both worlds :)