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Rename CustomerFilter object methods for clarity #226

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anthonyterrell commented Jan 6, 2020

Relates to #208

To reduce confusion when using a CustomerFilter object some methods have been changed. This is a breaking change targeting version 3. All usages and tests have been updated.


  1. withFirstName => byFirstName
  2. withLastName => byLastName
  3. withMailbox => inMailbox
  4. withModifiedSince => modifiedSince
  5. withSortField => sortField
  6. withSortOrder => sortOrder

To be merged in after #224

@anthonyterrell anthonyterrell force-pushed the rename-customer-filter-object-methods-for-clarity branch from c81ccb7 to 706428c Jan 6, 2020
@anthonyterrell anthonyterrell requested a review from bkuhl Jan 6, 2020
@anthonyterrell anthonyterrell changed the title WIP: Rename CustomerFilter object methods for clarity Rename CustomerFilter object methods for clarity Jan 6, 2020
bkuhl approved these changes Jan 6, 2020
@bkuhl bkuhl merged commit 65b1766 into master Jan 6, 2020
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