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build(deps-dev): Bump assertj-core from 3.22.0 to 3.23.1 in /maven #5272

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Bumps assertj-core from 3.22.0 to 3.23.1.

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  • 0256688 [maven-release-plugin] prepare release assertj-core-3.23.1
  • 6529933 Downgrade junit-jupiter from 5.9.0-M1 to 5.8.2
  • d9cd2da [maven-release-plugin] prepare for next development iteration
  • 6f19754 [maven-release-plugin] prepare release assertj-core-3.23.0
  • c592c18 Expose ComparisonStrategy::areEqual in AbstractAssert (#2633)
  • 69c66a9 Bump maven-invoker-plugin from 3.2.2 to 3.3.0 (#2636)
  • 795f527 Fix test
  • b444606 Bump hibernate-core from 6.0.1.Final to 6.0.2.Final (#2626)
  • 7932411 Fix typos in Javadoc of ObjectEnumerableAssert (#2624)
  • b746e6a [mvn] Update maven wrapper to 3.1.1 (#2622)
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@dependabot dependabot bot added dependencies Pull requests that update a dependency file java Pull requests that update Java code labels May 31, 2022
Bumps [assertj-core](https://github.com/assertj/assertj-core) from 3.22.0 to 3.23.1.
- [Release notes](https://github.com/assertj/assertj-core/releases)
- [Commits](assertj/assertj@assertj-core-3.22.0...assertj-core-3.23.1)

Since assertj-core no longer shades bytebuddy, we must explicitly
reference bytebuddy when we use assertj-core. We also raise the version
of bytebuddy and mockito since mockito also uses bytebuddy.

Signed-off-by: BJ Hargrave <bj@hargrave.dev>

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updated-dependencies:
- dependency-name: org.assertj:assertj-core
  dependency-type: direct:development
  update-type: version-update:semver-minor
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@bjhargrave bjhargrave force-pushed the dependabot/maven/maven/org.assertj-assertj-core-3.23.1 branch from 1c6a9dc to a93eb65 Compare Jun 2, 2022
@bjhargrave bjhargrave merged commit 9f5f945 into master Jun 2, 2022
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