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From robertkowalski <>
Subject [GitHub] couchdb pull request: Fauxton: Implement a filter for changes
Date Thu, 08 May 2014 19:47:52 GMT
GitHub user robertkowalski opened a pull request:

    Fauxton: Implement a filter for changes

    Implement a filter for changes plus some cleanup afterwards
    @garrensmith @deathbearbrown what do you think of my second commit where I try to reuse
the duplicated filter code? Maybe there is a better solution, I added it to the view-constructor-function,
but maybe I should create a special `FauxtionApi.FilterView` or something like this, what
do you think?

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    This closes #227
commit 384640edb981558be90a7595b5f6b69f5b12b40a
Author: Robert Kowalski <>
Date:   2014-05-08T19:26:36Z

    Fauxton: Implement a filter for changes
    Closes COUCHDB-2158

commit 630dbcd6c39c1946cc29c89000feb5402855a799
Author: Robert Kowalski <>
Date:   2014-05-08T19:41:31Z

    Reuse filter code
    As code is duplicated, I reuse the code with inheritance on
    the view. The filter then can be overwritten if there
    anything special is needed.


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