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Bump version to 5.11.1. #2035

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@felixxm felixxm commented Dec 13, 2022

Hi! Thanks for all you work with in releasing new versions 馃殌

I wanted to highlight other places where the version should be bumped.

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cc @staticdev for visibility for next release :)

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Codecov Report

Merging #2035 (b418718) into main (f8146c5) will not change coverage.
The diff coverage is 100.00%.

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@timothycrosley timothycrosley merged commit e64306d into PyCQA:main Dec 13, 2022
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@felixxm felixxm deleted the version-bump branch December 13, 2022 06:58
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felixxm commented Dec 13, 2022

@timothycrosley Thanks 馃憤

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cc @staticdev for visibility for next release :)

Good to know thanks, actually, having pyproject.toml it is not necessary to have another file with the version, we can use importlib metadata for that (which is a bit problematic with py3.7, but very soon it will be EOL also).

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