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Make stache work with methods on observables, adds faster bubbling calls #1097

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justinbmeyer commented Jun 18, 2014

Related to #1094

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This is a big diff but it looks like when merging master into this branch that the changes are already in. Could you quickly verify those changes are in the current master already?

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daffl commented Jul 10, 2014

This is a big diff but it looks like when merging master into this branch that the changes are already in. Could you quickly verify those changes are in the current master already?

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I believe they are in 2.1.2

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I believe they are in 2.1.2

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I thought so. Ok closing this one then, thanks!

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daffl commented Jul 10, 2014

I thought so. Ok closing this one then, thanks!

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