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Loosen dependency constraint on faraday_middleware #33

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Ikke commented Jan 3, 2020

The constraint on faraday was already loosened to >~ 0.11, but
faraday_middleware was still limited to 0.11.*.

The constraint on faraday was already loosened to `>~ 0.11`, but
`faraday_middleware` was still limited to `0.11.*`.
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thde commented Jan 3, 2020

Hi @Ikke thanks for your contribution. I'm happy to merge and release a new version. Could you update the Bundler version in the lock file as well, so that the tests run successfully?

The current version of bundler being used is 2.1.3, while the gemspec
requires 1.14.

Update the constraints to use a newer bundler version.
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Ikke commented Jan 3, 2020

@thde Done

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@thde thde merged commit 9f5fd74 into ninech:master Jan 6, 2020
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thde commented Jan 6, 2020

Thanks! Already released.

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