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chore: Ignore certain branches from tests (DEV-1112) #2187

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@irinaschubert irinaschubert commented Sep 2, 2022

Issue Number: DEV-1112

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✅  Linked to Story DEV-1112 · DSP-API: Improve release speed

@irinaschubert irinaschubert marked this pull request as ready for review September 2, 2022 10:08
@irinaschubert irinaschubert merged commit e0a0fbb into main Sep 2, 2022
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@irinaschubert irinaschubert deleted the wip/dev-1112-ignore-branches branch September 2, 2022 10:57
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