How to use the can-list.extend function in can-list

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github canjs / can-connect / can / model / model.js View on Github external
		callCanReadingOnIdRead = true;
		return CanMap.prototype._eventTeardown.apply(this, arguments);
	// Change the behavior of `___set` to account for the store.
	___set: function (prop, val) {, prop, val);
		// If we add or change the ID, update the store accordingly.
		// TODO: shouldn't this also delete the record from the old ID in the store?
		if ( prop === ( || "id") && this.__bindEvents && this.__bindEvents._lifecycleBindings ) {

CanModel.List = CanList.extend({
	// ## CanModel.List.setup
	// On change or a nested named event, setup change bubbling.
	// On any other type of event, setup "destroyed" bubbling.
	_bubbleRule: function(eventName, list) {
		var bubbleRules = CanList._bubbleRule(eventName, list);
		return bubbleRules;
	setup: function (params) {
		// If there was a plain object passed to the List constructor,
		// we use those as parameters for an initial findAll.
		if (isPlainObject(params) && !Array.isArray(params)) {
			this.replace(canReflect.isPromise(params) ? params : this.constructor.Map.findAll(params));
		} else {


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