Filter/Ignore Keys? #11

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ericclemmons opened this Issue Mar 11, 2014 · 4 comments

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I just started using this library with AngularJS to track changes, and it works great so far!

The only short-coming is that Angular will sometimes add Angular-specific properties to objects (such as $$hashkey) for improving dirty-check speeds.

What are your thoughts on being able to supply a filter or array of properties to ignore?

I can submit a PR, but wanted feedback first :)

Thanks!

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flitbit Mar 12, 2014

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That sounds like a very useful enhancement, and as I too use Angular I'd welcome a pull request.

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flitbit commented Mar 12, 2014

That sounds like a very useful enhancement, and as I too use Angular I'd welcome a pull request.

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TylerGarlick Mar 14, 2014

+1 on the feature request

+1 on the feature request

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TylerGarlick Mar 14, 2014

I'm willing to help also if needed

I'm willing to help also if needed

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ergdev Apr 24, 2014

+1 also on this request. I'd love to see an ignore method.

ergdev commented Apr 24, 2014

+1 also on this request. I'd love to see an ignore method.

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