node-obj-watch ==============

npm install node-obj-watch
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Watches an object for changes and fires an event for notification

Sample Usage

ObjWatcher = require('node-obj-watch')
appWatch = new ObjWatcher("App") "Post", "load", ->
  console.log("Posts loaded and called back")


if you want to easily add this to your module/framework

Tower.Support.on_load = require('node-obj-watch').on_load

Tower.Support.on_load "App", "Post", ->
  console.log("Posts loaded and called back")


This has only been tested with NodeJS 0.8.2

It is advised that you turn harmony-proxies on but it does use node-proxy as a fallback.

The code should be easy to port to browsers but again only ones that have implemented harmony proxies.

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