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Tags for all of the plugins! #3328

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@develohpanda develohpanda commented Apr 27, 2021

Closes INS-629, best examples are through the fixture updates, requirements are outlined in the linked ticket

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develohpanda commented Apr 27, 2021

There are package.json changes included in this PR which are only for the beta build; I wanted to avoid creating a nested release branch. Please ignore those changes, you can review the first four commits only as the package.json changes are only in ab0c314 (#3328).

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lgtm

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aside from x-kong-plugin-request-validator being in the ticket but being handled in a prior commit, it seems that all of the criteria in the ticket was met here. I'll admit I don't deeply deeply understand what's going on but the code looks good and the tests pass and the areas in the ticket seem to be covered.

@develohpanda develohpanda merged commit 69d7514 into develop Apr 27, 2021
@develohpanda develohpanda deleted the feature/ins-629-o2k-support-tags-on-plugins branch April 27, 2021 20:14
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