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Dupping a CollectionProxy should dup the load_target
In Rails 3.2 dupping a `CollectionProxy` would dup it's `load_target` as well. That functionality has been broken since the release of Rails 4.0. I hit this in an application upgrade and wondered why duplicating a CollectionProxy and assigning it to a variable stopped working. When calling `dup` on a `CollectionProxy` only the owner (ex. topic) was getting duplicated and the `load_target` would remain in tact with it's original object ID. Dupping the `load_target` is useful for performing a logging operation after records have been destroyed in a method. For example: ``` def transfer_operation saved_replies = topic.replies topic.replies.clear saved_replies.each do |reply| user.update_replies_count! end end ``` This change adds a `initialize_dup` method that performs a `deep_dup` on the `@associatiation` so that the `load_target` is dupped as well. Fixes #17117
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