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2.6 #9285

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MR-fisher commented Jan 8, 2019

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yyx990803 and others added some commits Nov 22, 2017

fix(next-tick): revert 60da366
the condition is no longer necessary after reverting back to microtask
only nextTick implementation, and fix #8436
feat: use event delegation when possible
This also fixes async edge case #6566 where events propagate too slow
and incorrectly trigger handlers post-patch.

youngrok and others added some commits Dec 26, 2018

fix(scoped-slots): ensure $scopedSlots calls always return Arrays
Also allow render functions to return an Array of a single element.
Close #8056
refactor(parser): move element self processing to after children
This allows element processing logic to be based on its sub tree
content, e.g. $slot usage detection

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Justineo commented Jan 8, 2019

v2.6 is not ready yet. See the progress here.

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