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After upgrading to version 24.1.2 - we started to get the following:
Prefer using 'test' instead of 'it' within describe (jest/consistent-test-it)
Was it an expected change in this version?
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@genrym could you share a code snippet that doesn't fail on 24.1.0 but fails with 24.1.1 and 24.1.2? Would like to add a regression test if it's misbehaving
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fix: revert change causing regressions for test.each (#713)
chore(release): 24.1.3 [skip ci]
## [24.1.3](v24.1.2...v24.1.3) (2020-11-12)
### Bug Fixes
* revert change causing regressions for test.each ([#713](#713)) ([7c8d75a](7c8d75a)), closes [#710](#710) [#711](#711)
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