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notify: use "listener" instead of "consumer"/"updater" in names #651

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@edvbld edvbld commented Jun 10, 2020

Hi all,

please review this refactoring of the notifier bot that uses the terminology "listener" instead of "consumer"/"updater". I also refactored how listeners are added to the NotifierBot (which now implements the Emitter interface).


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$ git fetch pull/651/head:pull/651
$ git checkout pull/651

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Looks great!

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notify: use "listener" instead of "consumer"/"updater" in names

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Pushed as commit c0203e0.

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