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Updated Cordova Package Dependencies #36

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erisu commented Dec 26, 2018

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What does this PR do?

PR prepares the cordova-create package for Cordova 9 Release.

Updated Dependencies

  • cordova-app-hello-world@^4.0.0
  • cordova-common@^3.0.0
  • cordova-fetch@^2.0.0

Additional

  • Rebuilt package-lock.json

What testing has been done on this change?

  • npm test
  • Created Cordova project using the usage steps from README.md.

@project-bot project-bot bot added this to 🐣 New PR / Untriaged in Apache Cordova: Tooling Pull Requests Dec 26, 2018

@erisu erisu changed the title Updated Package Dependencies Updated Cordova Package Dependencies Dec 26, 2018

@erisu erisu requested a review from dpogue Dec 26, 2018

Apache Cordova: Tooling Pull Requests automation moved this from 🐣 New PR / Untriaged to ✅ Approved, waiting for Merge Dec 26, 2018

Updated Package Dependencies
- cordova-app-hello-world@^4.0.0
- cordova-common@^3.0.0
- cordova-fetch@^2.0.0
Rebuilt package-lock.json

@erisu erisu force-pushed the erisu:cordova-9-dependency-bump branch from 23b4b86 to a3efdea Dec 26, 2018

@erisu erisu merged commit 4c27309 into apache:master Dec 26, 2018

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Apache Cordova: Tooling Pull Requests automation moved this from ✅ Approved, waiting for Merge to 🏆 Merged, waiting for Release Dec 26, 2018

@erisu erisu deleted the erisu:cordova-9-dependency-bump branch Apr 4, 2019

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