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Update ignored revisions for git-blame #59022

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What does this PR do?

Update the list of revisions to ignore in .git-blame-ignore-revs

What issues does this PR fix or reference?

The file previously contained commit f335a40f71446876969f53fbedc18a958ddb2890 which does not exist on any branch.

I've updated it to contain commit 5e72e192f9713719ef5ec066c7b6c96302327ec6, which is the correct commit for those changes.

Previous Behavior

git-blame would produce the error:

fatal: invalid object name: f335a40f71446876969f53fbedc18a958ddb2890

New Behavior

git-blame works as expected.

Merge requirements satisfied?

[NOTICE] Bug fixes or features added to Salt require tests.

Commits signed with GPG?

Yes

Please review Salt's Contributing Guide for best practices.

See GitHub's page on GPG signing for more information about signing commits with GPG.

@amendlik amendlik requested a review from a team as a code owner November 25, 2020 22:54
@amendlik amendlik requested review from s0undt3ch and removed request for a team November 25, 2020 22:54
@s0undt3ch s0undt3ch added this to the Aluminium milestone Nov 25, 2020
@s0undt3ch s0undt3ch added the Aluminium Release Post Mg and Pre Si label Nov 25, 2020
@Ch3LL Ch3LL merged commit 51d21ec into saltstack:master Feb 22, 2021
@amendlik amendlik deleted the ignore-revs branch May 7, 2021 12:57
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