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(PUP-5465) Add missing support for Resource References in collection
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acceptance (PUP-5501) Skip basic_install and with_version module tests in AIX
api (maint) Update links.
autotest (maint) Ensure every file has a trailing newlines
benchmarks (PUP-4702) Replace RGEN based Type system with immutable classes
bin (PUP-2563) Exit with 1 on pre-1.9.3 ruby
conf (maint) Update links.
docs (maint) Update links.
examples/hiera (Maint) Update commands to use new forms in hiera examples
ext (maint) Update links.
lib Merge pull request #4398 from trlinkin/PUP-5465
man (PUP-5123) Replace http:// links with https://
spec Merge pull request #4398 from trlinkin/PUP-5465
tasks (PUP-3912) Add legacy_formatters gem for junit integration
util (PUP-3912) Update parallel:spec task for rspec 3
yardoc/templates/default (#18023) Document user facing classes using yardoc and show api.
.gemspec (PUP-5123) Replace http:// links with https://
.gitignore (PUP-4347) Add test for the File resource ignore attribute
.mailmap (maint) Update mailmap for git shortlog
.noexec.yaml (#15464) Exclude gem command from bundler
.rubocop.yml (maint) Enable rubocop checking for shadowed variables
.travis.yml (maint) Bump travis to test against latest rubies
.yardopts (maint) Remove reference to README_DEVELOPER (PUP-5123) Replace http:// links with https:// (maint) Fix typo
Gemfile Merge remote-tracking branch 'upstream/stable'
LICENSE (PUP-5123) Replace http:// links with https:// (maint) Update links.
Rakefile (maint) Update commit rake task to allow revert
appveyor.yml Merge remote-tracking branch 'upstream/3.x' into stable
install.rb (PUP-5051) Add --no-check-prereqs flag to install.rb


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