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Use the application's name in error message if a task is not found #303

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@tmatilai tmatilai commented Jan 20, 2019

Rake.application can be initialized with a custom name, so use that in the error message when a task is not found in the index. The default application name is rake.

Amends #287

`Rake.application` can be initialized with a custom name, so use that in
the error message when a task is not found in the index. The default
application name is `rake`.
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Coverage decreased (-0.1%) to 97.451% when pulling d28957d on tmatilai:app-name-in-error into 9d9b431 on ruby:master.

@colby-swandale colby-swandale merged commit 67ced2f into ruby:master Jan 31, 2019
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