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Upgrade pg to version 1.0.0 #65

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This is one of the first three pull requests with dependency updates we've sent your way. We tried to start with a few easy patch-level updates. Hopefully your tests will pass and you can merge this pull request without too much risk. This should give you an idea how Depfu works in general.

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We've upgraded a dependency and here is what you need to know:

name version specification new version
pg ~> 0.21 1.0.0

Please take a good look at the info here and the test results before merging this pull request.

What changed?

✳️ pg ( → 1.0.0) · Repo · Changelog


See the full diff on Github. The new version differs by 53 commits:

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@tvdeyen tvdeyen merged commit 67e25fe into master Feb 26, 2018

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@depfu depfu bot deleted the depfu/update/pg-1.0.0 branch Feb 26, 2018

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