|Services.Callback<T extends Services.Phenomenon>|
A context represents some configured boundary within a process space.
An abstraction for interfacing with existing configuration libraries and stores.
|Services.Fn<T,E extends Throwable>||
A functional interface used for working around method overloading issues.
|Services.Op<E extends Throwable>||
An interface used for working around method overloading issues.
An interface representing a composite named service with the ability to inspect the availability status and emit or receive signals.
|Services.Subscriber<T extends Services.Phenomenon>|
A utility interface used for efficiently retrieving a value from an
An enum class used to indicate the method of signal or status change.
A signal is a classification of some phenomenon concerning the operation or outcome of a particular execution or call.
A status is a classification of a service state derived from observed signalling behavior of a local or remote service execution or call, respectively.
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