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Update stdlib and use include apt rather than declare #448
This is to support some more modern modules - I ran into the following issues:
Updating stdlib to 4.19.0 removed that issue, resolved after 4.15.0 as far as I can tell.
Resolved by changing
Would be good to test the knock on effect of this on some the more popular extensions first I think, plus maybe some of the other modules could be updated at the same time.
I've just tested this with the following list of extensions:
# Install a list of extensions automatically extensions: - chassis/tester - chassis/xdebug - chassis/mailhog - chassis/gutenberg - chassis/npm - chassis/imagick - chassis/cavalcade - chassis/sequelpro - chassis/tester - chassis/phpcs - chassis/phpini - chassis/grunt - chassis/bbpress - chassis/yarn - chassis/gulp - chassis/vip-classic - chassis/phpmyadmin - chassis/webgrind - chassis/memcache - chassis/mcrypt - chassis/bower - chassis/fish - chassis/nodejs - chassis/composer - chassis/gmagick - chassis/db-backup
They all still work as expected so I'm happy to merge this now. Thanks @roborourke!