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Use single version for strictly in mockito-android #2053

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@kozaxinan kozaxinan commented Sep 24, 2020

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Fixes #2007

In #2024, code review suggested to use strictly '[2.6, 3.1[' instead if strictly '2.6'. Comment
Apparently I failed to test that suggestion and it broke the fix in #2007.

Using strictly '2.6' works as expected. It fails the objenesis resolution and suggest to exclude mockito-core from mockito-kotlin.

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Merging #2053 into release/3.x will not change coverage.
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@TimvdLippe TimvdLippe left a comment

Thanks unfortunate, but understood why it doesn't work. Thanks for verifying and fixing!

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