It’s not a very good idea to make it asynchronous by default.
Jiří Špác
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Thanks for your response!

I think you are missing the point of the library. Say you are watching “a.b.c.d”

(a { b: {c : {d : 1}}}

All i care about is a commit right before my framework decides to render my changes.

a.b.c.d = 2
a.b = {}
a.b.c = {}
a.b.c.d = {}
a.b.c.d = 100

At the end of the day, all i care about is the value “100”. Everything else won’t matter for the browser. And if you noticed, i am destroying objects in between, async-watch restores them, making it very efficient.

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