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Rename yml to yaml for GitHub Actions #3522

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@gsheni gsheni commented May 13, 2022

According to Wikipedia, the

... official recommended filename extension for YAML files has been .yaml since 2006.

GitHub Actions allows to use .yaml files.

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Merging #3522 (17dffd2) into main (61ea05f) will not change coverage.
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@gsheni gsheni merged commit f63f62e into main May 13, 2022
@gsheni gsheni deleted the update_yaml branch May 13, 2022 20:38
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