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Turns out you want to use the react-router api (replace), not the redux-simple-router to control your transitions.

const authTransition = function authTransition(nextState, replace, callback) {
  const state = store.getState()
  const user = state.user

  // todo: in react-router 2.0, you can pass a single object to replace :)
  if (!user.isAuthenticated) {
    replace({ nextPathname: nextState.location.pathname }, '/login', nextState.location.query)
  }

  callback()
}

Also, be careful. I saw a lot of documentation out there for the react-router replace where you pass a single object. That's for react-router 2.0-rc*. If you're using react-router 1.0, you're going to want to pass replace 3 separate arguments.


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