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Do not redecorate the request object if already decorated #152

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gordysc commented Dec 17, 2016

I have a separate PR opened against Hapi to allow for someone to check if a request object is already decorated with a method. However, that should only affect people using HapiJS 16.0.X. This PR can be used with previous versions of Hapi, as the underlying logic is still there.

This addresses #119

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gordysc commented Jan 4, 2017

@jaw187 hope you had a great holiday season! Any shot we could get this merged in/reviewed?

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xGouley commented Jan 25, 2017

+1 this feature should be great...
... Really great... [edit 2016-02-03]
... OK, I fork... [edit 2016-02-06]

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jaw187 commented Feb 17, 2017

@jaw187 jaw187 merged commit f697b7a into hapijs:master Feb 17, 2017
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gordysc commented Feb 24, 2017

@xGouley this has been merged, just waiting on a new version to be released 👍
@jaw187 do we have a timetable of when this will be?

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