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Indexing at the derailleur -- what's old is new?

I was reading a writeup on the new Rotor Uno hydraulic groupset. Truly wild stuff. Uses hydro lines instead of cables for the derailleurs. Rotor Uno: First ride review | Cyclist

What struck me was that the indexing functions are at the derailleur, not in the shifter. Didn't Suntour have a couple derailleurs that worked that way?
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