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You can now use .find() on any single integer primary key when throwing just a number as an argument. Closes #68 #796

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durango commented Jul 31, 2013

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@@ -250,14 +250,21 @@ module.exports = (function() {
}
var primaryKeys = this.primaryKeys
, keys = Object.keys(primaryKeys)

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can we align the =s :)

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Merge pull request #796 from durango/cap-id
You can now use .find() on any single integer primary key when throwing just a number as an argument. Closes #68

@sdepold sdepold merged commit 50eca9c into sequelize:master Aug 1, 2013

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