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fix use of normalizedHostingConfigs when it is called repeatedly #2748

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Fixes #2746

The hosting:channel:deploy path normalizes the configs once before going through the normal deploy path. Unfortunately, the normalizing process modified the underlying config which ended up causing issues when the normalize method was called a second time. Deep cloning the config fixes this issue.

Also, added some functional tests for deploying to a target and deploying to a channel!

@bkendall bkendall requested a review from mbleigh Oct 27, 2020
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@bkendall bkendall requested a review from samtstern Oct 27, 2020
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ EOM
mkdir "public"
touch "public/${TARGET_FILE}"
echo "${DATE}" > "public/${TARGET_FILE}"
echo "Initalized temp directory."
echo "Initialized temp directory."
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Initalize me cap'n!

@bkendall bkendall merged commit 4fe7bcd into master Oct 27, 2020
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hosting:channel:deploy: Hosting configs should only include either "site" or \"target\", not both.
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