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Fix HasteImpl Regex (#24628)

The jest HasteImpl's `pluginNameReducers` regex was not properly escaping a backslash, resulting in unintended behavior.

The intent of the code is to strip the `.${name}` from the end of a filepath, where `name` is a platform name. The correct regex for that would be `^(.*)\.(myPlat)$`, but because the regex is being constructed from a string, the `\.` is being interpreted as an escaped period, resulting in the regex  `^(.*).(myPlat)$`. To correct this, the backslash needs to be escaped so it makes it into the regex.

[General] [Fixed] - Fix HasteImpl platform name regex
Pull Request resolved: #24628

Differential Revision: D15224468

Pulled By: hramos

fbshipit-source-id: 6eb507aa5410bdd7c247e6d301052d41995a2f11
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CaptainNic authored and facebook-github-bot committed May 6, 2019
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@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ const pluginRoots /*: Array<string> */ =

const pluginNameReducers /*: Array<[RegExp, string]> */ =
name => [new RegExp(`^(.*)\.(${name})$`), '$1'],
name => [new RegExp(`^(.*)\\.(${name})$`), '$1'],

const ROOTS = [path.resolve(__dirname, '..') + path.sep, ...pluginRoots];

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