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docs: Update @cypress/grep README install instructions #24484

merged 2 commits into from Nov 8, 2022


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@will-banked will-banked commented Nov 1, 2022

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Swaps out references of 'cypress-grep' for '@cypress/grep' in the installation section of the @cypress/grep README

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I've just migrated from cypress-grep to @cypress/grep and wanted to update the README with things I needed to update to get the new package working again.

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I don't think there are any particular tasks that will need to happen for a README change.

  • [na] Have tests been added/updated?
  • [na] Has the original issue (or this PR, if no issue exists) been tagged with a release in ZenHub? (user-facing changes only)
  • [na] Has a PR for user-facing changes been opened in cypress-documentation?
  • [na] Have API changes been updated in the type definitions?

Swaps out references of 'cypress-grep' for '@cypress/grep' in the installation section of the README
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Thank you!

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No problem :)

@jordanpowell88 jordanpowell88 merged commit 1886564 into cypress-io:develop Nov 8, 2022
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@will-banked will-banked deleted the patch-2 branch November 8, 2022 22:31
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