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Use nvm's "lts/*" alias for the latest stable Node #872

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nex3 commented Nov 2, 2019

Follow-up from #859. It turns out that nvm's "stable" alias is
deprecated, Node itself doesn't consider odd-numbered releases
"stable" in any real sense, and pertinently the fibers package doesn't
guarantee support for them. By only building on LTS releases we avoid
all these shenanigans.

Follow-up from #859. It turns out that nvm's "stable" alias is
deprecated, Node itself doesn't consider odd-numbered releases
"stable" in any real sense, and pertinently the fibers package doesn't
guarantee support for them. By only building on LTS releases we avoid
all these shenanigans.
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@nex3 nex3 merged commit 071c529 into master Nov 4, 2019
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