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Decaff driver part 3 #7216

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@sainthkh sainthkh commented May 4, 2020

Part of #2690.

This PR ends the decaff of driver/src/cy folder. With 1 or 2 more PRs, I guess the decaffing of the source part will be ended.

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Remove .coffee.
decaff aliases.js
Decaff location.js stability.js timeouts.js
Decaff ensures.js
Decaff errors.js
Decaff focused.js, listeners.js.
Decaff retries.js snapshots.js xhrs.js
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sainthkh commented May 4, 2020

Flaky failures.

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@jennifer-shehane jennifer-shehane merged commit 9ccc7a6 into cypress-io:develop May 5, 2020
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