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fix: correct behavior when requiring `.` with same name #212

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Fixes #211.

Fix #211.
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Thanks!

@ljharb ljharb force-pushed the SimenB:directory-and-file-name-clash branch from 0d0ffa1 to fc95653 Feb 5, 2020
@ljharb ljharb merged commit fc95653 into browserify:master Feb 5, 2020
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Fixes #211.
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v1.15.1
 - [Fix] correct behavior when requiring `.` with same name (#212)
 - [Dev Deps] update `@ljharb/eslint-config`
 - [Tests] allow node 5 on windows to fail due to npm registry bug
ljharb added a commit that referenced this pull request Feb 5, 2020
v1.15.1

 - [Fix] correct behavior when requiring `.` with same name (#212)
 - [Dev Deps] update `@ljharb/eslint-config`
 - [Tests] allow node 5 on windows to fail due to npm registry bug
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