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docpress just published its new version 0.6.13.
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The new version differs by 42 commits .
Merge pull request #82 from Kikobeats/patch-1
Add moar node builds for testing
Prevent const reassign
Merge pull request #70 from docpress/greenkeeper-eslint-config-standard-5.2.0
chore(package): update eslint-config-standard to version 5.2.0
Merge pull request #58 from docpress/greenkeeper-expect-1.16.0
chore(package): update expect to version 1.16.0
Merge pull request #56 from docpress/greenkeeper-yargs-4.3.1
chore(package): update yargs to version 4.3.1
Merge pull request #53 from docpress/greenkeeper-expect-1.15.2
chore(package): update expect to version 1.15.2
Merge pull request #50 from docpress/greenkeeper-standard-6.0.8
chore(package): update standard to version 6.0.8
Merge pull request #41 from docpress/greenkeeper-eslint-2.0.0
There are 42 commits in total. See the full diff.
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chore(package): update docpress to version 0.6.13