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Test most algebraic properties #72
The new function simply creates a `Signal<bool>` that tracks the equality of the input signals. Frequently asserting that it samples as `true` is the way to test the equality of the input signals.
For coalesce to work properly, there need to be two stages of end-of-transaction callback execution. In the first stage, callbacks that might spawn new events are called. This stage is repeated until no further callbacks remain. (Note that each callback execution can register new callbacks.) In the second stage actual finalizers are called. These do nothing but update pending values. Their side-effects should always be local, so that this actually finalizes the transaction.
Making streams a monad may not be possible without an explicit notion of time. Thus testing this is removed from this branch for now.
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