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Outdated Optionator dep brings in deprecated version of lodash #4851

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edj-boston opened this Issue Jan 3, 2016 · 2 comments

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edj-boston commented Jan 3, 2016

The Optionator 0.8.0 dep brings in deprecated version of lodash (>3). This warning is displayed during npm install. Updating to 0.8.1 should resolve it. I'll submit a PR...

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gyandeeps commented Jan 3, 2016

Optionator dependency is setup in this way ^0.8.0, so if you run npm install then it will install 0.8.1 version. So it should not be an issue.

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Merge pull request #4852 from edj-boston/issue-4851
Updating optionator dep to 0.8.1 (fixes #4851)

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