1. 04 Sep, 2013 1 commit
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    • Alex Navasardyan's avatar
      Adding RSVP#rethrow · 2e98c2d0
      Alex Navasardyan authored
      Rethrow makes sure that any exception in your promise chain won't
      swallowed:
      
      getJSON('/posts.json')
          .then(handlePost)
          .fail(RSVP.rethrow)
      
      You can also to chain it further, like so:
      
      getJSON('/posts.json')
          .then(handlePost)
          .fail(RSVP.rethrow)
          .then(null, handleRejection)
      2e98c2d0
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    • Alex Matchneer's avatar
      Minor clarification in README on routes re: propagation · 41e16515
      Alex Matchneer authored
      The original explanation's 'even though' is misleading, giving you the impression that if the first `.then` included an error handler, the second `.then`'s error handler would have fired, which only the case if the first error handler threw an error or returned RSVP.reject.
      
      Perhaps we'll want another paragraph explaining how to "rethrow" a reject, but for now this should do.
      41e16515
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